8. Caucho Hessian:
About Caucho Hessian:
The Hessian binary web service protocol makes web services usable without requiring a large
framework, and without learning yet another alphabet soup of protocols. Because it is a binary
protocol, it is well-suited to sending binary data without any need to extend the protocol with
9. SOAP UDDI:
About SOAP UDDI:
Implementation of UDDI 2.0 compliant registry. This is a reference implementation of UDDI
specification. With this UDDI Registry, Web services developers can publish and test their applications
in a secure, private environment for their own applications.
Ivory provides easy integration between your exiting java classes, Avalon services, and Axis. It
allows easy deployment of soap services with none of the WSDD configuration that Axis normally
XINS is an open-source Web Services framework supporting HTTP protocols such as REST, SOAP,
XML-RPC, JSON, JSON-RPC and more.
From the specifications written in simple XML, XINS generates the Client API (.jar), the Java server
code template (.war), the WSDL and the documentation of the specification in HTML (with the test
forms) or in OpenDocument format.
12. Caucho Burlap:
About Caucho Burlap:
Burlap is a simple XML-based protocol for connecting web services. The com.caucho.burlap.client
and com.caucho.burlap.server packages do not require any other Resin classes, so can be used in
smaller clients, like applets.
Because Burlap is a small protocol, J2ME devices like cell-phones can use it to connect to Resin
servers. Because it’s powerful, it can be used for EJB services.
1. CompuSystems Offers Web Services Data Exchange to Facilitate System Integration:
CompuSystems, Inc. has announced a service to improve the speed and flexibility of updating
event and show organizer databases.
According to Chris Williams, CompuSystems’ Sr. VP of Sales: ‘Web services and integration come
up in nearly every client and prospect presentation. I think we’ll integrate our systems with the
systems of every association client we have within the next five years. It’s one of the most significant
topics in registration at the moment, and I don’t see that changing until it begins to be utilized