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Understanding Web Service Specifications in WCF

Course Summary

SOAP isn't dead yet! Enterprises have invested loads of money in the past decade to build their integrations on top of SOAP. WS-* specifications are extensions to SOAP that add capabilities to support advanced integration scenarios. This course first expl

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Introduction
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ SOAP Isn’t Dead...Yet!
        ◦ WCF Service Model and Channel Layer
        ◦ Prerequisites
        ◦ Tools
    ● Essentials of Web Service Specifications
        ◦ 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
    ● Core Messaging
        ◦ 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
    ● Reliable Messaging
        ◦ 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
    ● WS-Security Essentials
        ◦ 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
    ● WS-Security in WCF
        ◦ 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
    ● Claims-Based Security
        ◦ 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
    ● Transactions
        ◦ 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
    ● Metadata
        ◦ Introduction

    Course Fee:
    USD 29

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    1 - 4 hours / week

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