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LATEST NEWS XML Version    09/01/2014  18:30:28 GMT
  • XMLCrypto is a powerful tool for XML Encryption and XML Signature. End-to-end XML security is just a couple of functional calls with this COM object.
  • SQLData has published an XKMS 2.0 Server and an XKMS Client implemented in C/C++. Both participated in the W3C interoperability tests.
  • PKI Service is a Certificate Authority that supports powerful PKI operations.It is one of the security components in the SQLData SOAP Server.
  • SOAPAgent.com is yet another resource directory dedicated to SOAP and Web Services.
  • Amazon Search Searches books and other products using Amazon's XML Interface.
  • Google Search Google offers a web service interface (apis). This page shows how to use SQLData SOAP client library to access it.
  • Add URL You can now add URLs to our SOAP resource list. News, tools, white papers are all welcome, but must be related to SOAP or web services.
  • XML Security Demonstrates how to secure SOAP messages using XML Encryption and XML Signature.
  • If you made changes in your weblog and would like to notify weblogs.com, here is a simple Weblog update tool to send SOAP messages.
  • By popular demands, we added an advanced UDDI browser to the site. It allows users to search arbitrary UDDI endpoints and to use search qualifiers.
  • SQLData has released its powerful SOAP Server v3.0. With multi-language support, developers can now build web services using C/C++, COM, JavaScript and VBScript. A trial version is available for download.
  • SOAP 1.2 Specification is released. Developers should take a look at this Working Draft.
  • SOAP Client Library 3.5 is released. Features include WSDL import, name-based binding, nested structs and arrays, and so on.
  • Our RSS News Reader is live. You can now read all RSS news feeds online.
  • W3C XMLP proposed to either discourage or depreciate SOAPAction. This will have some impact on existing services. 
  • Simon Fell set up an interop registry as SOAP services. This is a step toward managed and automated testing. We have a web interface where you can use the service.
  • Tony Hong of XMethods lunched a private UDDI depository that is dedicated to web services. You can search the registry using our UDDI Browser.
  • We have an interoperability testing tool for all registered endpoints.
QUICK LINKS
Generic SOAP Client The generic SOAP client allows you to execute SOAP services using a web browser.
SOAP Interop Testing SOAP Interoperability Test is an effort to make SOAP implementations interoperable with each other. It defines a set of standard methods that can be invoked by clients of other implementations. We are one of the early participants and supporters of the testing.
Shopping Site A tool to boost the sagging US economy. Don't we need one now?
 


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