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Connecting Cold Fusion to .NET Using Web Services. Geoff Snowman Developer Community Champion gsnowman@microsoft.com. Connecting Cold Fusion to .NET Using Web Services. What is .NET? ASP.NET Demo Web Services Cold Fusion/.NET Interop Demo UDDI Dynamic UDDI Demo Q & A.

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connecting cold fusion to net using web services

Connecting Cold Fusion to .NET Using Web Services

Geoff Snowman

Developer Community Champion

gsnowman@microsoft.com

connecting cold fusion to net using web services1
Connecting Cold Fusion to .NET Using Web Services
  • What is .NET?
    • ASP.NET Demo
  • Web Services
    • Cold Fusion/.NET Interop Demo
  • UDDI
    • Dynamic UDDI Demo
  • Q & A
the customer perspective
“To remain ahead in this industry, you have to constantly deliver new solutions that continue to add value…

We needed a platform that not only enabled rapid time-to-market… but one that would increase our ability to continually add new products and services.

We chose the Microsoft platform…”

The Customer Perspective

Bella Loykhler

CIO

net architecture

VB

C++

C#

J#

Common Language Specification

ASP .NET

Web Forms Web Services

Mobile Web Applications

Windows

Forms

ADO .NET and XML

Base Class Library

.NET Architecture

Visual Studio .NET

Common Language Runtime

Operating System

class library namespaces
Class Library Namespaces

System.Web

System.Windows.Forms

Services

UI

Design

ComponentModel

Description

HtmlControls

Discovery

WebControls

Protocols

System.Drawing

Caching

Security

Drawing2D

Printing

Configuration

SessionState

Imaging

Text

System.Data

System.Xml

OleDb

SqlClient

XSLT

Serialization

Common

SQLTypes

XPath

System

Collections

IO

Security

Runtime

InteropServices

Configuration

Net

ServiceProcess

Remoting

Diagnostics

Reflection

Text

Serialization

Globalization

Resources

Threading

net languages microsoft
.NET Languages (Microsoft)
  • Microsoft: Visual Basic.NET
  • Microsoft: C#
  • Microsoft: C++ (Managed/Unmanaged)
  • Microsoft: J#
net languages others
APL

Fujitsu COBOL

Micro Focus COBOL

Eiffel

Forth

FORTRAN 95

Haskell

Mercury

Mondrian

Oberon

Pascal

Perl

Python

RPG

S#

Scheme

Standard Meta Language

.NET Languages (Others)
server controls
Server Controls
  • Programmable, server-side objects
    • Properties, methods and events
  • Encapsulate both behavior and rendering
    • HTML, XML, WML, script, etc.
  • You can create server controls
    • Custom controls
    • User controls
    • Or derive from existing controls
slide10

Demo:

ASP.NET

xml web services explained
Internet connects entities together

Email and WWW inherently cross boundaries

XML Web Services applies the same platform neutral approach to system integration

Platform Neutral

Leverage Existing Standards

No Rip and Replace

E-mail

Web Services

WWW

Connects

Applications

Connects

People

ConnectsPeople toInformation

XML Web Services Explained
xml web services foundation for programmable internet
XML Web ServicesFoundation for Programmable Internet
  • Based on public standards
    • XML, XSD, WSDL, SOAP, UDDI
  • Not bound to any single platform
  • Protocol and format-based contract
  • Loosely coupled programming
  • Preserve and connect existing systems
  • Broad industry support
xml web services
XML Web Services

Language Independent

Platform Independent

Device Independent

  • LOB J2EE App
  • BEA Weblogic
  • Oracle 8i
  • Sun UE 10000
  • SAP R/3
  • DB2
  • Solaris
  • IBM RS/6000
  • Motorola i85s
  • J2ME

XML Web Services

  • Compaq iPAQ
  • Windows CE
  • StrongARM
  • PeopleSoft 7.0
  • SQL 2000
  • Windows 2000/.NET
  • Compaq Proliant
  • PERL
  • Apache 2.0
  • MySQL
  • Linux
slide14
Promoters group for Web services
    • Facilitate customer adoption
    • Ensure interoperability
    • Not a standards body
  • Industry alignment around Web services
    • First testing tools this year
  • More info: http://www.ws-i.org
microsoft net

Clients

Tools

Experiences & Solutions

Services

Servers

Microsoft .NET

Web services support across the Microsoft platform

analyst perspective on net
“.NET is a brilliant strategy that enables Microsoft to define the next shift in the software business.” Gartner Group

Gartner Web Services Magic Quadrant

Ability to Execute

IBM

Sun

HP

Oracle

Completeness of Vision

*Source: Gartner Research, 9/13/2001

Analyst Perspective On .NET

“Everyone should build on the XML/SOAP foundation.”Meta Group

“Gartner believes Microsoft is now providing more vision and influence regarding this shift than any other vendor.”

Gartner Group

“.NET is a leading example of what we believe will be the dominant architectural model for the third generation of Internet applications.” Patricia Seybold Group

slide18

Demo:

Cold Fusion calls .NET

slide20

Demo:

.NET calls Cold Fusion

slide22

Case Study: Integrating Business Partners

Organization

  • One of the world’s largest car rental agencies
  • More than 400 locations in 26 countries

Business challenges

  • Cost of acquiring new customers too high
  • Needed to connect with diverse set of business partners to grow business
    • Online travel sites, airlines, hotels, travel agents, Web site
solution web services
Solution – Web Services

Network

XML/SOAP

Partner

Dollar.com Request

ASP

Web Services(SOAP Listener)+(XML Parser)

XML/SOAP

MIT

ANY Internet Device

Results

Dollar.com

Dollar Reservations

  • Dollar cost-effectively opened up another sales channel that has provided thousands of new reservations per year, equating to millions of dollars in additional revenue
  • Partner connection richer, deeper and more dynamic – live with 25 partners in 2 months!
customer feedback
Customer Feedback

“We knew exposing our reservation system as a Web service would provide a standard interface that could be used by a wide range of other applications, both internal and external. However, at the time, we had no idea just how often we would use it, or the magnitude of the benefits it would deliver.”

– Peter Osbourne, Group Manager, Advanced Technology Group

the future gxa
WS-ReliableMessaging

WS-Addressing

WS-Security

WS-Policy

WS-Attachments

WS-Coordination

DIME

WS-Inspection

WS-Referral

WS-Routing

WS-Transaction

BPEL4WS

The Future - GXA
example

SOAP

Message

Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<S:Envelope xmlns:S="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"

xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"

xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">

<S:Header>

<m:path xmlns:m="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/rp">

<m:action>http://tickers-r-us.org/getQuote</m:action>

<m:to>soap://tickers-r-us.org/stocks</m:to>

<m:from>mailto:johnsmith@isps-r-us.com</m:from>

<m:id>uuid:84b9f5d0-33fb-4a81-b02b-5b760641c1d6</m:id>

</m:path>

<wssec:Security

xmlns:wssec="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2002/04/secext">

<wssec:BinarySecurityToken

ValueType="wssec:X509v3"

EncodingType=“wssec:Base64Binary">

     dWJzY3JpYmVyLVBlc…..eFw0wMTEwMTAwMD

</wssec:BinarySecurityToken>

</wssec:Security>

</S:Header>

<S:Body>

<app:TrafficStatus

xmlns:app="http://highwaymon.org/payloads">

<road>520W</road><speed>3MPH</speed>

</app:TrafficStatus>

</S:Body>

</S:Envelope>

Routing

Security

infopath is a smart client for xml web services

.XML

XML

HTTP

SOAP

WSDL

UDDI

InfoPath is a Smart Client for XML Web Services

BizTalk

SQL

InfoPath

IIS

STS

ASP.NET

Oracle, DB2, …

SAP, PeopleSoft, Siebel,…

ADO

what is uddi
What is UDDI?
  • Universal Description Discovery and Integration is an industry-wide project to standardize the discovery of web services.
    • Major vendors including Microsoft, IBM, Sun, Oracle and HP
  • Interoperable, cross-platform specifications
    • Publish and search
    • Based on Internet standards
    • Specs will be transitioned to a standards body.
  • Collaborate on standards, compete on implementations.
  • Public and Enterprise Implementations
    • UDDI Business Registry (UBR)
      • Public Internet registry operated by Microsoft and IBM, SAP and HP
      • Fully replicated, entirely interoperable
    • Enterprise UDDI Services in Windows Server 2003
scenario dynamic application configuration

Web services

UDDI Services

Scenario: Dynamic Application Configuration

Enterprise UDDI Services allows dynamic configuration

1. Each sub registers financials web services in enterprise UDDI

2. Financial reporting system at HQ reads UDDI to discover each sub’s web service

3. Financial reporting system uses web service to read financials

4. Financial reporting system presents consolidated financial statement

Financial Reporting System

5. Adding a new sub requires UDDI registration but no change in report app

slide30

Demo:

UDDI

summary enterprise application integration
Summary: Enterprise Application Integration
  • Yesterday: Hardwired endpoints built with proprietary messaging frameworks
    • Point to Point
    • Difficult, Expensive
    • Not business context driven
  • Today: Loosely coupled endpoints built on standard messaging framework
    • End to End
    • Easier, Lower Cost
    • Business context driven