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- What are Web Services?
- Why Web Services?
- Web Services - Characteristics
- Web Services - Architecture
- Web Services - Components
- Web Services - Examples
- Web Services - Security
- Web Services - Standards
- Web Services - Summary
- Web Services Resources
- WebServices - Questions & Answers
- Web Services - Quick Guide
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Web Services - Summary
In this tutorial, you have learnt how to use web services. However, a web service also include components such as WSDL, UDDI, and SOAP that contribute to make it active. The next step is to learn WSDL, UDDI, and SOAP.
WSDL is an XML-based language for describing web services and how to access them.
WSDL describes a web service, along with the message format and protocol details for the web service.
To learn more about WSDL, visit our WSDL Tutorial.
UDDI is an XML-based standard for describing, publishing, and finding web services.
To learn more about UDDI, visit our UDDI Tutorial.
SOAP is a simple XML-based protocol that allows applications to exchange information over HTTP.
To learn more about SOAP, visit our SOAP Tutorial.