Web services protocols
Web services protocolsFollowing is an outline of most of the protocols used to deliver Web services. The services prefixed with the "WS-" are often called the "WS protocols" or "WS* protocols." See Web services.
MESSAGING SOAP messaging system MTOM (Msg Trans Optimization Mechanism) optimize transmission of SOAP messages WS-Addressing normalize addresses to traverse network firewalls and gateways META-DATA WSBPEL language for business processes WSDL language for Web services WSFL language for Web services processes WS-Policy framework for communicating policy requirements and restraints WS-PolicyAssertions common assertions within a policy WS-PolicyAttachment associate WS-Policy with WSDL and UDDI WS-MetadataExchange (WS-MEX) bootstrap communication with a Web service SECURITY WS-SecurityPolicy define policy assertions WS-Security protection methods for SOAP messages WS-Trust manage security tokens WS-SecureConversation define new WS-Security token types define how keys are computed QUALITY OF SERVICE WS-ReliableMessaging (WS-RM) ensure message is delivered in case of failure WS-Coordination framework for coordinating actions in WS-Atomic Transactions WS-AtomicTransactions supports rollback (see two-phase commit)
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