Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, by Steve Graham, Doug Davis, Simeon Simeonov, Glen Daniels,

By Steve Graham, Doug Davis, Simeon Simeonov, Glen Daniels, Peter Brittenham, Yuichi Nakamura, Paul Fremantle, Dieter Koenig, Claudia Zentner

Building internet prone with cleaning soap, XML, and UDDI assumes skillability with Java and with disbursed computing instruments. in the course of the publication, examples might be awarded utilizing Java and the Apache cleaning soap platform, even though a collection of sidebars will tackle .NET improvement, which Microsoft builders will use to install internet prone. The e-book makes use of revolutionary disclosure to give an more and more advanced venture because it strikes via its improvement cycle. the ultimate portion of the e-book provides linking the finished venture with different platforms in-built J2EE and .NET.

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They can be locators, names, or both. URI locators are known as Uniform Resource Locators (URLs), a term familiar to all using the Web. com. Uniform Resource Names (URNs) are URIs that are globally unique and (UUIDs) are perfect for use as URNs. UUIDs persistent. Universally Unique Identifiers are 128-bit identifiers that are designed to be globally unique. Typically, they combine network card (Ethernet) addresses with a high-precision timestamp and an increment counter. An example URN using a UUID is urn:uuid:2FAC1234-31F8-11B4-A22208002B34C003.

Any whitespace separating elements is not considered significant in this case. Mixed content refers to any combination of nested elements and text. All elements in the purchase order example, with the exception of description, have element content. Most elements in the skateboard user guide example earlier in the chapter had mixed content. Note that the XML Specification does not define a text-only content model. Outside the letter of the specification, an element that contains only text is often referred to as having data content; but, technically speaking, it has mixed content.

XML Namespaces does not require that a resource be there. The URI is used entirely for identification purposes. This could cause problems for applications that see an unknown namespace in an XML document and have no way to obtain more information about the elements and attributes that belong to that namespace. Later in this chapter, in the section on XML Schemas, you will see a mechanism that addresses this issue. Document Type Definitions Document Type Definitions (DTDs) are an optional feature of XML documents.

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