MET CS 751 -- Web Services
Suresh Kalathur, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Computer Science Dept.
Boston Univeristy Metropolitan College
808 Commonwealth Ave, Room 250
Boston, MA 02215
Architecture of Web Services; review of XML Shemas; SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol); WSDL (Web Services Description Language); UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration); Web Services in .NET; Sun and Apache tools; Company-specific Web Service APIís; Java APIís for XML Messaging; Java Application Servers; review of Security, transactions, and business process languages (e.g. BPEL) among Web Services. The course grading will consist of a series of programming problems, a mid term exam,
and a final exam.
Course Grading Policy
The course grade will be based on active class participation (10%), assignments (30%), mid term exam (30%), and
final project (30%). Assignments and projects are expected to be submitted by their respective
due dates. Late submission grades will be scaled with respect to the minimum grade of those submitted on time.
Course Web Site
All course materials will be posted using BU's WebCT site. This requires
all students to have an account with the BU computer system. Click
here for instructions if you require an account.
to enter WebCT site for this course.
- SOA Using Java Web Services, Mark D. Hansen, Prentice Hall,
ISBN 10: 0-13-044968-7 (ISBN 13: 9780130449689), 2007. (Required)
- Various online materials
Student Conduct Code
Please review the academic conduct code
Tentative Course Schedule
|Module 1 || Introduction ||1/28|
|Module 2 || XML, XML Parsers
|Module 3 || SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI
|Module 4 || RESTful Web Services
|Module 5 || J2EE Web Services
|Module 6 || ASP.NET Web Services
|Module 7 || WS-Specifications
|Module 8 || SOA
|Module 9 || Web Services Security
|Module 10 || Applications