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Chapter 29. XML Web Services

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Looking back over the past few years, it's hard to imagine networked computers without the Web. The Web allows for networked communication with hundreds of services provided by hundreds of companies and organizations. From a user standpoint, if you can type, you can access these services. From an application service provider (ASP) standpoint, if you can set up a Web site, communication is opened up to other services. The problem doesn't lie in the access of those services but in the communication between the users and the services. The Web service movement aims to solve this problem by facilitating the communication between users and services and even services between services.


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