Many times, web services standards do not explicitly address core issues specific to the financial industrywhich makes it difficult to implement standards-compliant systems. But Web Services in Finance will bridge the gap in standards awareness. And you will acquire the skills to develop secure applications quickly. If you are a .NET or J2EE developer working in the financial industry, currently migrating applications to become Web services, or writing new Web services, then this book is your ideal companion! The authors thoroughly discuss crucial topics like data representation, messaging, security, privacy, management, monitoring, and more. Whatas more: the provided examples and API reviews will help you swiftly reach your goals. Table of Contents Introduction to Web Services Enterprise Systems Data Representation Messaging Description and Data Format Discovery and Advertising Alternative Transports Security Quality of Service Conversations, Workflows, and TransactionsFor example, a bank might process credit applications from farmers annually based on each farmera#39;s chart of accounts, which could be submitted in a spreadsheet form, or by using any one of numerous accounting packages. ... if the order is in stock, place an authorization request to the bank for the amount charged to the customera#39;s credit card, and contact the courier service to arrange delivery.
|Title||:||Web Services in Finance|
|Author||:||Paul A. Watters|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2004-11-05|