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Best practices ... Question for Thomas

 
Vijay S. Rathore
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Hi Thomas Erl,

Chapter 12 and 13 of the book mention about the XML and Web Services best practices. How generally the best practices are identified? Is it based on the interviews of the technical people implementing web services or based on your personal experiences.

One more thing does the book specifies which impelmentation (SUN, IBM , Apache-Axis, Microsoft-.NET) to use to have the best portable code.
[ June 16, 2004: Message edited by: Vijay Rathore ]
 
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Best practices are generally derived from experience. The book does not get into any vendor-specific technology. It sticks to vendor-neutral standards and common architectures. The design strategies and best practices relate to XML and Web Services technologies in general. The book intentionally does not discuss .NET or J2EE platforms, simply because there is already such a good selection of these books out there.
 
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