To help you get started with Web services, the author shows you a practical Web service example built with Delphi and a test client that serves up data from an IBM DB2 Universal Database backend.
Among the many features of BorlandTM Delphi® and Kylix® that sets them apart from many other visual development tools, is the extensive support for the development of XML Web services server and client applications. Delphi Web services support is based on SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), the widespread technology for implementing Web services. (You can find more about SOAP at http://www.w3.org/TR/SOAP/.)
Web services are the main technology driving the shift towards B2B (business-to-business) applications. To help you get started with this technology, I'll show you a practical Web service example built with Delphi and a test client that serves up data from an IBM® DB2® Universal DatabaseTM backend.
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