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Unformatted text preview: 1-1Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sun Services, Revision ALab 1IntroducingtheLabScenariosObjectivesUpon completion of this lab, you should be able to:Complete the review questionsUnderstand the various example and demonstration scenarios usedin this courseExamine the sample applicationDeploy and test the sample applicationCompleting the Review Questions1-2Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sun Services, Revision ACompleting the Review QuestionsIn this section, you answer questions about the material covered inModule 1 of the Student Guide.Complete the following questions:1.What is the primary reason for web services being platform-independent and language-independent?a.XMLb.SOAPc.WSDLd.UDDI2.Select the role(s) that are applicable in a web service life cycle fromthe following list:a.Providerb.Node Operatorc.Node Serverd.RequesterCompleting the Review QuestionsIntroducing the Lab Scenarios1-3Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sun Services, Revision A3.Match the following governing bodies of web services with theinitiatives in which they are involved:4.List the primary protocols in the web service protocol stack for thefollowing tasks:a.Transportb.Messagingc.Descriptiond.Discovery5.Identify the purpose of a WSDL file from the following list:a.WSDL invokes a web service remotely.b.WSDL describes a web service in terms of its location, bindingsto a protocol, operations, and messages.c.The WSDL file is a proxy for a web service component.d.The WSDL file of a web service is created using HTML.BodyInitiative1.W3Ca. Drives the development, convergence, andadoption of e-business standards2.OASISb.Establishes worldwide policy and technicaldevelopment in the area of trade facilitation andelectronic business3.UN/CEFACTc.Leads the WWW to its full potential bydeveloping common protocols that promote itsevolution and ensure its interoperability4.WS-Id.Develops and revises Java technologyspecifications, reference implementations, andtechnology-compatibility kits5.JCPe.Promotes web service interoperability acrossplatforms, applications, and programminglanguagesUnderstanding the Course Lab Scenarios1-4Copyright 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Sun Services, Revision AUnderstanding the Course Lab ScenariosThe exercises in this course use the following web service scenarios:Math serviceWeather InformationCurrency ConverterThis section describes each of these scenarios.Math ServiceThe Math web service performs arithmetic computations, such asaddition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on values sent to it in aSOAP message.The Math web service is consumed byCalculator, which is a JavaPlatform, Standard Edition (Java SE) application....
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