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Understanding Web Service Specifications in WCF

Understanding Web Service Specifications in WCF

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SOAP isn't dead yet! While the world is moving more and more towards REST services, SOAP is still very much alive, especially in the area of application and enterprise integrations. This course explains the WS-* standards that extend SOAP to make rich integration scenarios possible.

Syllabus

Introduction
SOAP Isn’t Dead...Yet!
WCF Service Model and Channel Layer
Prerequisites
Tools
Introduction
Specifications vs. Standards
WS-*: The Need for Interoperability
Standards Organizations (W3C, OASIS, WS-I)
The Leap from WSE 3.0 to WCF
Introduction to SOAP
SOAP Message Path and Roles
SOAP Binding
Introduction to WSDL
WSDL Structure
Side Note: SOAP vs. WCF Encoding
Summary
Introduction
The Case for WS-Addressing
WS-Addressing Specification Overview
WS-Addressing Constructs
Demo: Basic WS-Addressing in WCF
Demo: WCF Duplex Services
MTOM
WCF MTOM Encoding
Demo: Using MTOM
Summary
Introduction
The Case for Reliable Messaging
But Isn’t TCP Reliability Enough?
WS-ReliableMessaging Specification Overview
WS-ReliableMessaging Messages
Reliable Messaging in WCF
Bindings Session Support
Demo: Reliable Messaging
Demo: Retries in Action
Summary
Introduction
The Need for Security Standards
The WS-Security Standard
A Primer on Certificates, Encryption, and Digital Signature
WS-Security Messages
WCF Symmetric and Asymmetric Binding Elements
Demo: Symmetric and Asymmetric Binding Elements
Summary
Introduction
Steps Overview to Configure WS-Security in WCF
Step1: Basic Message Security Settings
Step2: Service Credentials
Step3: Client Authentication
Setting Certificate Authorities and Certificates
Demo: Username Authentication over Message Security
Demo: X.509 Authentication over Message Security
Reducing Overhead with WS-SecureConversation
Demo: WS-SecureConversation
Summary
Introduction
The Need for WS-Trust
More About Secure Token Service (STS)
WS-Trust and WS-Security Go Hand in Hand
Security Tokens
Proof of Possession Tokens
WS-Trust Messages
WS-Trust and WS-Federation in WCF: WIF
Demo: Extending WCF with WIF
Demo: Client Configuration
Demo: Running the WS-Trust scenario
The Need for WS-Federation
Demo: Federation Setup
Demo: Running the WS-Federation Scenario
WS-Federation Passive and Active Profiles
Summary
Introduction
The Need for Transactions
Resource Managers and ACID Attributes
Long Running and Atomic Transactions
DTC and the 2 Phase Commit Protocol
WS-Coordination
WS-AtomicTransaction
Transaction Flow in WCF
Demo: WS-AT in WCF
Summary
Introduction
The Case for WS-MetadataExchange
WS-MetadataExchange Specification Overview
WS-MetadataExchange Messages
Metadata in WCF
WS-Policy
Demo: WS-Policy
Summary

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