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Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, Second Edition by Claudia Zentner, Dieter König, Paul Fremantle, Yuichi Nakamura, Peter Brittenham, Glen Daniels, Simeon Simeonov, Doug Davis, Steve Graham

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10. Web Services Reliable Messaging

IN THE PREVIOUS CHAPTER, we started to explore how the basic SOAP protocol can be extended in order to be successful in real-world scenarios. The reality is, we don’t live in a perfect world; therefore, adding features like security to messaging protocols has become a given. In the same vein, we must learn to deal with problems that may arise during message delivery. Certain situations, such as network outages or hiccups, are bound to occur. Some of these situations are already handled by the underlying transport protocol (like TCP/IP). But other failure situations can’t be addressed by the transport protocol. In this chapter, we will explore a new specification that was written to try to overcome these problems ...

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