Following the humbling of the 'dot.coms' it is well implemented corporate portals that are ushering in a new and prosperous era of e-business. Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services provides decision makers with a clear and concise explanation of what portals are all about, why you really need a portal strategy, how you go about implementing one, and the issues you have to encounter and surmount. Guruge shows how you can successfully use XML and web services to empower your portals for collaboration, knowledge management, CRM, ERP and supply chain management. Am Extensive examples of corporate portals illustrate the viability of the technology Am Architectural and network diagrams show detailed portal implementations Am Comprehensive references to guides, solutions, products and terminology leverage living outside resourcesTo appreciate what is being said here leta#39;s look at an example. Consider a Web service that provides a credit-card authorization function. To do this, the Web ... credit-card number and other data) and outputs (i.e., return code and possibly authorization code) for this Web service have to be in bona fide XML form. The WSDLanbsp;...
|Title||:||Corporate Portals Empowered with XML and Web Services|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2002-11-21|