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  • 1. Web Services Submited By: Miss.Rachna Kamalia Prepared By: Miss.Nilam Radadiya(Roll No:33) & Miss.Kinjal Kapadiya(Roll No:16) 1
  • 2. Web Services What is Web Services?  How it Works.  Why use Web Services.  Web Services Components  Web Service Model  Advantages  Disadvantages  Conclusion  References  Nilam & Kinjal 2
  • 3. Web Services What is a Web Service?  A web service is a collection of open protocols and standards used for exchanging data between applications or systems.  It support machine-to-machine interactions over the network.  Basic ideas is to build an platform and programming language-independent distributed invocation system out of existing Web standards.  Most standards Nilam & Kinjal defined by W3C. 3
  • 4. Web Services  Very loosely defined, when compared to CORBA(Common object request broker architecture). Inherit both good and bad of the web services. ◦ Scalable, simple, distributed ◦ But no centralized management system is inefficient, must be tolerant of failures.  Nilam & Kinjal 4
  • 5. Web Services How does a web services work? - The client sends a request - Request encoded in XML - Function (GET, POST…) in the file - The server decodes the file - The function is executed - A new XML file is encoded and re-send to the client. - Clients and servers communicate over the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Nilam & Kinjal 5
  • 6. Web Services Why use web Services?  Web services provide a clean separation between a capability and its user interface.  This allows a company (Google) with a sophisticated capability and amounts of data to make that capability available to its partners. Nilam & Kinjal 6
  • 7. Web Services Nilam & Kinjal 7
  • 8. Web Services XML Concept  XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language.  XML is a markup language much like HTML.  XML was designed to describe data.  XML tags are not predefined. You must define your own tags.  The prefect choice for enabling cross-platform data communication in Web Services. Nilam & Kinjal 8
  • 9. Web Services Web Services Description Language(WSDL) Defines what your service does and how it is invoked. Nilam & Kinjal 9
  • 10. Web Services WSDL overview  WSDL stands for Web Services Description Language  WSDL is an XML based protocol for information exchange in decentralized and distributed environments.  WSDL is the standard format for describing a web service.  WSDL definition describes how to access a web service and what operations it will perform.  WSDL is a language for describing how to interface with XML-based services. Nilam & Kinjal 10
  • 11. Web Services WSDL( Continue…)  WSDL is an integral part of UDDI, an XML-based worldwide business registry.  WSDL is the language that UDDI uses.  WSDL was developed by Microsoft and IBM. Elements of WSDL: <types>  A container for data type definitions used by the web service Nilam & Kinjal 11
  • 12. Web Services WSDL( Continue…) <message> A typed definition of the data being communicated. <port Type> A set of operations supported by one or more endpoints. <binding> A protocol and data format specification for a particular port type Nilam & Kinjal 12
  • 13. Web Services Simple Object Access Protocol(SOAP) A message format for exchanging structured, typed information Nilam & Kinjal 13
  • 14. Web Services SOAP  SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol.  SOAP is a protocol for accessing web services.  SOAP is based on XML.  SOAP provides a way to communicate between applications running on different operating systems, with different technologies and programming languages. Nilam & Kinjal 14
  • 15. Web Services SOAP Charactristics  SOAP has three major characteristics: Extensibility – security and WS-routing are among the extensions under development. Neutrality - SOAP can be used over any transport protocol such as HTTP, SMTP or even TCP. Independent - SOAP allows for any programming model . Nilam & Kinjal 15
  • 16. Web Services UDDI Overview  UDDI is a platform-independent framework for describing services, discovering businesses, and integrating business services by using the Internet.  UDDI stands for Universal Description, Discovery and Integration.  UDDI is a directory for storing information about web services.  UDDI is a directory of web service interfaces described by WSDL. Nilam & Kinjal 16
  • 17. Web Services Web service model  The Web Services architecture is based upon the interactions between three roles: ◦ Service provider ◦ Service registry ◦ Service requestor  The interactions involve the: ◦ Publish operations ◦ Find operation ◦ Bind operations. Nilam & Kinjal 17
  • 18. Web Services web service model(cont…)  The web services model follows the publish, find and bind paradigm. Web Service Registry Web Service provider Nilam & Kinjal Web Service Client 18
  • 19. Web Services Advantages  Interoperability - This is the most important benefit of Web Services. Web Services typically work outside of private networks.  usability - This gives your applications the freedom to chose the Web Services that they need. This allows you to develop services and/or client-side code using the languages and tools that you want. Nilam & Kinjal 19
  • 20. Web Services Advantages(cont…)  Reusability - Web Services provide not a component-based model of application development, but the closest thing possible to zero-coding deployment of such services.  Deployability - Web Services are deployed over standard Internet technologies. Nilam & Kinjal 20
  • 21. Web Services Disadvantages  Distributed transactions: if the environment requires distributed transactions with resources, it should be studied and tested with standard solutions based on BTP, WS-Transactions, and WSCoordination.  Quality of Service (QoS):In case of a mission-critical solution, the service providers must examine the reliability and performance of the service in uncertain conditions for high availability. Nilam & Kinjal 21
  • 22. Web Services Disadvantages(cont…)  Security: Web services are exposed to the public using httpbased protocols.  As Web services is publicly available, it must be implemented using authentication and authorization mechanisms and using SSL-enabling encryption of the messages for securing the usage. Nilam & Kinjal 22
  • 23. Web Services Conclusion  This aimed to give an overview of recent progress in automatic Web services composition.  At first, we propose a three-step model for Web services composition process.  The composition model consists of service presentation,translation,process generation, evaluation and execution. Each step requires different languages, platforms and methods.   Nilam & Kinjal 23
  • 24. References www.w3school.com www.webservices.org Nilam & Kinjal 24
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