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  • Securing Web Services with Java

    This chapter of the book Building Web Services with Java examines security basics, Web services-specific security, trust, security policies, enterprise security, authorization, security services and J2EE security.  Continue Reading

  • A primer on XML

    This chapter examines the origins of XML and dives into issues like document vs. data-centric XML, instances, namespaces and document type definitions. It also provides insight into the best approach for XML schemas. This overview containing many ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 14: 'Sorting, filtering and summing up line-item reports'

    This chapter examines the inner workings of line-item reports and how to effectively work with them. Topics include sorting and grouping, filtering techniques, executing transaction procedures, handling negative values and easily summing up columns ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 9: 'Securing Web Services'

    First, we get a walk-through of security basics along with Web Services-specific security. Then the focus shifts to more specific issues like trust, security policies, Enterprise security, authorization and security services. It also has a dedicated...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter 2: 'XML primer'

    This chapter examines the origins of XML and dives into issues like document vs. data-centric XML, instances, namespaces and document type definitions. We also get some insights into the best approach for XML schemas and processing best-practices. ...  Continue Reading

  • Chapter of the Month -- March 2006

    This chapter examines background processing features like the job scheduler, analysis functions, authorizations, transactions and menu paths.  Continue Reading

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