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Implementing an XML-Based Universal Network Management System in Java [chapter]

Si-Ho Cha, Jae-Oh Lee, Young-Keun Choi, Kook-Hyun Cho
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
XMAN has 3-tire architecture, and the implementation is based on an extensive use of Web, XML, and Server-side Java technologies.  ...  Because more and more systems are transferred to web environment, network managers want to manage the system at anywhere, anytime.  ...  Web Server The Web server module constitutes the core of the manager. The Web server acts as the container of Java servlets.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45803-4_59 fatcat:np3r4uom2bg3fffu665znt4spy

WS-BPEL Process Compiler for Resource-Constrained Embedded Systems

Hendrik Bohn, Andreas Bobek, Frank Golatowski
2008 22nd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications - Workshops (aina workshops 2008)  
This approach uses the WS-BPEL 2.0 specification for designing the process, XSL transformation and the Apache Axis2 Java architecture for the code generation being flexible and adaptable to future extensions  ...  Unfortunately, the extensive requirements of process management engines on the underlying hard-and software often exceeds the limits of the resources of embedded systems in terms of memory and processing  ...  It was selected due to its support of XML Schema which might be important in future versions of the prototype.  ... 
doi:10.1109/waina.2008.252 dblp:conf/aina/BohnBG08 fatcat:7cjy3u4curbyjpmbugcxb5pn3m

High Performance SOAP Processing Driven by Data Mapping Template [chapter]

Wei Jun, Hua Lei, Niu Chunlei, Zheng Haoran
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we firstly analyze the performance of web services on Java platform, and identify that data model mapping between XML data and Java data is the main impact factor on performance.  ...  SOAP is used to specify wire message format in web services, and SOAP processing largely affects the performance of web services.  ...  Fig.5 shows the XML and Java data type included in SOAP request message of a web service. It represents the data model mapping between XML data and Java data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11773887_12 fatcat:dwcqvwa3nzbv5mydgztmywpmt4

Speed-up SOAP processing by data mapping template

Wei Jun, Hua Lei, Niu Chunlei
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Service-oriented software engineering - SOSE '06  
However, web services suffers performance penalty because XML based SOAP is used to specify wire message format, and SOAP processing largely affects the performance of web services.  ...  In this paper, we identify that data model mapping between XML data and Java data is the main impact factor on performance, and propose a new paradigm of data model mapping -"Dynamic Early Binding" which  ...  SOAP engine determines the performance of web services. This paper will focus on how to speedup the data mapping between XML data and Java data to improve the performance of SOAP engine.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1138486.1138495 fatcat:ykkxzjtatrambaqls26267cgzy

Java ME Clients for XML Web Services

Paul POCATILU
2008 Informatică economică  
These advantages derive from the XML and Web technologies.  ...  This paper describes the stages in the development of a Web service client for Java ME platform and presents examples based on kSOAP and JSR 172.  ...  Conclusions and Future Work Using XML Web Services has many advantages for developers and for users: they use simple protocols and the implementation of the services and clients is easier than other methods  ... 
doaj:cee5aeced1d9401f9d6c3e03ed7c66a5 fatcat:kxbx5oh2hjfx3boseezwriykhe

Trends in e-business technologies

R. A. Smith
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
Currently, the Java TM programming language and platform, the Extensible Markup Language, and transcoding are emerging as major technologies for performing e-business functions.  ...  In this overview essay, trends in these technologies are described, indicating how they will lead to future Web services.  ...  Continued integration of Java and XML into robust middleware I am amazed at the amount of progress we have made toward the goal of having robust Java and XML middleware running on all major platforms and  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.401.0004 fatcat:wrmpf3zx7nghfij4zxegfbym44

Internet Visualization of PLCs Programs

Ramon Piedrafita Moreno, Victor Larraga Egido, Jose Luis Villarroel Salcedo
2007 IEEE Conference on Industrial Informatics  
The application is written in three versions: Applet, Java application and Web application. It is possible the simultaneous visualization of several PLC programs.  ...  This paper presents the design and implementation of an application for real-time visualization of the state and the program of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), using Java and Extended Mark-up Language  ...  Fig. 3 . 3 Fig. 2) the application is loaded from the Web server of the PLC and is executed in a Web Browser. File XML resides in the Web server of the PLC.  ... 
doi:10.1109/indin.2007.4384760 fatcat:poykmct7ungafclwqech7bdcd4

An XML-Based Approach for Fast Prototyping of Web Applications [chapter]

Antonio Navarro, Baltasar Fernandez-Manjon, Alfredo Fernandez-Valmayor, Jose Luis Sierra
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Two XML Document Type Definitions (DTDs) are used to rationalize the development of these prototypes and a Java engine processes the instances of both DTDs to automatically obtain a running prototype of  ...  This paper presents an XML-based approach for the fast prototyping of Web applications.  ...  The Spanish Committee of Science and Technology (TIC2000-0737-C03-01, TIC2001-1462 and TIC2002-04067-C03-02) has supported this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45068-8_44 fatcat:5sqy6eevd5dylenfyheavloq3e

Implementing Web Services Using Java Technology

Mironela Pirnau
2010 International Journal of Computers Communications & Control  
In the following pages I tried to present general characteristics of the Web services up to present, as well as the usage of Java technologies for the implementation of web services.  ...  The present paper targets a systematisation of the main web services, as well as highlighting and testing the most important technologies used to develop them.  ...  The Web Services use standard XML languages. They use HTTP for sending messages and they are independent of the platform and of the language.  ... 
doi:10.15837/ijccc.2010.2.2479 fatcat:flp5rwcll5aoteqexedtuj3pxy

Integration of Search Engines with User Interfaces

Omar Alonso, Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates
2001 The Web Conference  
We present a model for visualizing large collections of documents in World Wide Web retrieval, independently of the retrieval system.  ...  In this poster we analyze the dependency problem of the user interface with the information retrieval software.  ...  As an example, given a set of answers in IVL, it is very easy to generate a plug-in for Apple's Sherlock. The following is an example in IVL of the results of a query about "Java and XML".  ... 
dblp:conf/www/AlonsoB01 fatcat:eyga2ar33rfcjo5kckgp4yklqi

Querying XML documents

J.A. Miller, S. Sheth
2000 IEEE potentials  
The XML-based CDIF syntax allows the exchange of meta-models and models using the emerging XML standard. JSIM, requires Java applets, Web Browsers, ORDBMSs/OODBMS to be interfaced.  ...  The following figure depicts XML as the key ingredient through which disparate data systems interact. • Java. Java and XML are very complementary. Java can dynamically produce XML documents.  ... 
doi:10.1109/45.825637 fatcat:wpayw45rw5ajjlfnu4zlwkn5qa

Prototype for wrapping and visualizing geo-referenced data in a distributed environment using XML technology

Jianting Zhang, Muhammad Javed, Amir Shaheen, Le Gruenwald
2000 Proceedings of the eighth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems - GIS '00  
In this prototype, XML is used as a communication protocol between distributed web sites that provide GRI and the mediator, and between the mediator and clients.  ...  This paper proposes a prototype for integration and visualization of geo-referenced information (GRI) in a distributed environment in general and World Wide Web in particular.  ...  Section 3 provides an overview of our prototype. The details of the prototype implementation are given in Section 4. Finally the experiment results and future work are described in Section 5.  ... 
doi:10.1145/355274.355278 dblp:conf/gis/ZhangJSG00 fatcat:leakqfuncbbebbyjrt3uzdbwqy

Web services: beyond the hype

S.J. Vaughan-Nichols
2002 Computer  
XML is the most important Web-services standard and is the basis for the other WS standards. As a metalanguage, XML lets a set of users define its own markup tags.  ...  The initiative's key Web-development tool will be Visual Studio .NET, currently in beta and planned for release in the near future. .NET My Services (formerly called HailStorm) represents a set of XMLbased  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.982908 fatcat:o2nlvkwhv5djjh7ffm2c2lcvme

Developing XML Web services with WebSphere Studio Application Developer

C. Lau, A. Ryman
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
The bean serializer can marshal an instance of a Java bean into XML or unmarshal XML into an instance of a Java bean.  ...  part of the implementation of every Java client or Web service.  ...  Before his work on Web services, he was the architect for Vi-sualAge for Java, focusing on servlets, JavaServer Pages, and the WebSphere Test Environment. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.412.0178 fatcat:hqmiobinnzbq5er6smhqqtaumu

On Heterogeneous Database Integration under the Scope of Web Service and Java

Fan Xing Meng, Xiu Mei Wen, Jian Hua Li
2013 Advanced Materials Research  
using interconnect technology of database and considers mainly the integration about the heterogeneous data source based on Web Service and Java.  ...  More and more accessible databases are available in the Web. In order to provide people a unified access to these Web heterogeneous databases and achieve information from them automatically.  ...  The Combination of Java and XML in Web Service Java is an Internet programming language.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.756-759.1101 fatcat:zihd7q4venaftpo42gyitqrg44
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