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Web Services have made quite an impact since the concept and technology were introduced. Just about every major vendor is putting considerable effort into making their products capable of developing and using Web services. This article will illustrate how a Web service can be developed and deployed with the Web services capabilities found in WebLogic 6.1. A sample application that illustrates how to use SOAP and Web services to make an application deployable anywhere and accessible from any technology will also be reviewed. Background Web services has been getting a tremendous amount of attention over the past year - and in my opinion, justly so. The concept of a Web service is simple, but opens up tremendous opportunities for companies that use the Internet to provide or use business services. For example, a company that sells heavy machinery needs the services of ... (more)

Using XSLT to Deliver ColdFusion Applications… Anywhere

While developing an application in Wireless Markup Language (WML) for Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) devices, I realized just how many different types of wireless devices exist globally and how different the protocols and languages have to be from device to device. In a previous article, "ColdFusion in the Palm of Your Hand" (CFDJ, Vol. 2, issue 4), I showed how ColdFusion applications can be written and deployed to a wireless Palm VII. In this article I compare and contrast writing that same application in WML for WAP devices. Taking the Palm VII application and rewriting ... (more)

ColdFusion in the Palms of your Hands

I am completely hooked on my new wireless Palm! The Palm Pilot VII has changed the way I access information — I can find it anywhere and any time I need it. With the newest Palm I can check account balances in real time on DLJDirect, buy a book from Amazon.com and — using the popular Starbucks Finder application — find the nearest Starbucks. With so many useful wireless applications available, you might be wondering why you can't create your own with ColdFusion. Well, you can! And after reading this article, you'll be well on the way to writing your own wireless applications for ... (more)