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Application of Web Service for Large file transfer

Application of Web Service for Large file transfer

SwA is SOAP with Attachments.It is commonly used web service technique.But in SwA Attachments are outside the SOAP message.So it has compatibility issue.We can not divided SwA files into chunks,so its speed of sending files will be slow.And if file sending fails because of internet connection or any other issue,half file will be send n half will remain on sender side,so files has to be send again which is not in case of MTOM.In MTOM, files are divided into chunks and if connection fails,it either sends full file or chunks are discarded on receiver side.So there is no wastage of space for useless chunks .Also in this MTOM and SwA camparision it is seen that SwA is slower than MTOM without hashing and MTOM with hashing.
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CAROUSEL Web service: Universal Accessible Web service Architecture for Collaborative Application

CAROUSEL Web service: Universal Accessible Web service Architecture for Collaborative Application

CAROUCEL Web service is a message-based collaborative system. To provide messaging between the heterogeneous user network environments and Web services, NaradaBrokering [11] from the Community Grid Labs is adapted as a general event brokering system. NaradaBrokering supports the messaging models with a dynamic collection of brokers supporting a generalized publish-subscribe mechanism. NaradaBrokering supports for TCP, UDP, Multicast, SSL and raw RTP clients. For the remote resources behind of the firewall, NaradaBrokring provides the capability of the communication through firewalls and proxies. This can operate either in a client-server mode like JMS [3] or in a completely distributed JXTA-like peer-to-peer mode [21]. By combining these two disparate models, NaradaBrokering can allow optimized performance-functionality trade-offs for different scenarios. As the development and administration tools, NaradaBrokering provides Performance Monitoring, and Performance Aggregation Service. We expect that the collaborative system developed based on this NaradaBrokering system provides the service to the users in heterogeneous network environments with more reliable and scalable network framework.
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Application Web Service Toolkit

Application Web Service Toolkit

Methods for working with schema instances/java code will be used to define a Web service The instances are stored in a repository logically separate from the user interface server.. The [r]

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Web Services.ppt

Web Services.ppt

– A Web service is a software application identified by a URI, whose interfaces and binding are capable of being defined, described and discovered by XML artifacts and supports direct interactions with other software applications using XML based messages via Internet- based protocols. (W3C definition)

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Design, Implementation and Integration of Heterogeneous Applications

Design, Implementation and Integration of Heterogeneous Applications

For meeting the growing demands of the business, information sharing from various heterogeneous sources is a challenging issue. This paper proposes an approach of integrating applications using SOAP web service. Language for communication between web services and any application is XML( EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE). If format of xml generated is different for different applications then inbuilt XSLT transformation engine is used for mapping values. We have made case study of House Bidding in ASP.NET, MS SQL Server 2000, java, REST Web services and silverlight application. An abstract framework of the system we are implanting is shown next in below figure.
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Web Services.pdf

Web Services.pdf

– A Web service is a software application identified by a URI, whose interfaces and binding are capable of being defined, described and discovered by XML artifacts and supports direct interactions with other software applications using XML based messages via Internet- based protocols. (W3C definition)

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Enhancing Change Management in Long Term Composed Services

Enhancing Change Management in Long Term Composed Services

by the malfunctioning of the workflow-based Web application, such as network failures and system breakdowns. It then proposes a modeling framework that describes the structure of activities inside hypertexts of a Web application. The hypertext belonging to an activity is broken down into pages, where are univocally identified within an activity. It presents a framework to handle these changes. The framework consists of three major components: capturing model, notifying model, and handling model. The capturing model captures events and store the exceptions data in the workflow model. The notifying model propagates the occurred exceptions to the users. The handling model defines a set of recovery policy to resolve the exception. For different types of exceptions, different recovery policies will be used. In [16], a framework is presented to manage the business protocol evolution in service oriented architecture. It uses several features to handling the running instances under the old protocol. These features include impact analysis and data mining based migration analysis. The impact analysis is to analyze how protocol change impacts on the running instances. It will be used to determine whether ongoing conversations are migrateable to the new protocol or not. The data mining based migration analysis is used for cases where the regular impact analysis cannot be performed. Service interaction logs are analyzed using data mining techniques. It then uses the result of the analysis to determine whether a conversion is migrateable or not. In [16], the work mainly deals with dynamic protocol evolution. We focus on automatically modifying the composition of Web services once there is a new requirement introduced by a change.
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Application of Web Mashup Technology to Oyster Information Services

Application of Web Mashup Technology to Oyster Information Services

informing the general public. The Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office (LOSCO), the Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are well known for their efforts in 2010 in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. The Oil Spill model can use them to gather information on an oil spill and its progression. With these external data in the model, experts would have access to a more comprehensive analysis. The particularity about the Oil Spill model is its prediction feature. Domain experts can use this feature to analyze the course of an oil spill and detect the resources (oyster reefs) that need to be prioritized. This will reduce response time and help in protecting oysters in danger. The prediction tool requires access to weather data such as currents, winds, and temperature. It also requires the use of a reliable mathematical equation that will produce the path of the oil spill at a specific time. However, developing it in-house would demand extensive hours of programming and the outcome might not be efficient. Instead, the Oil Spill model would consume a proven and reliable Web service to complement the prediction tool.
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Web Services Based Architecture in Computational Web Portals

Web Services Based Architecture in Computational Web Portals

Job submission Job & Host monitoring Context management Script Generation File transfer and manipulation Application service.. We designed and implemented a message-based security system[r]

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Message based MVC Architecture for Distributed and Desktop Applications

Message based MVC Architecture for Distributed and Desktop Applications

Converges desktop application, Web application, and Internet collaboration MVC and Web Services are fundamental architectures for desktop and Web applications Web Service pipeline model [r]

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Web Services: Architectural Styles and Design Considerations for REST API

Web Services: Architectural Styles and Design Considerations for REST API

Abstract: The issue of sharing real time data with others is paramount, especially in today’s digital age. We have lots of applications generating tons of data every minute. Each and every row of such data is useful either to the data generator or to a third party application. But we need a standard set of protocols to share data between applications over a network. This is where Application Programming Interfaces comes in. By using web services any application can share and read information automatically from other applications without human interference. This greatly advances the data sharing between applications, hence improving the services, productivity and user experience. We identified that soccer and sports in general pumps large amount of data into the internet, with no proper way to leverage it. Hence, we will be building a system, that collects this massive data from 1993 all the way up to the present time and will continue to do so automatically as long as there is data to mine, and a REST API on top of it so that the client/developers can access this data in a slick, automated, efficient and a fast way. This paper deals with various ways of leveraging data available online as well as an in detail comparison of the two major types of web services namely: SOAP & REST. It then goes on to detail the architectural styles and the design considerations to build REST API from scratch.
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Practical 11.pdf

Practical 11.pdf

To create a web service for adding few numbers using NetBeans and write client side code to invoke the web service.. Using the Netbeans API create a project of the type web application.[r]

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HPSearch: Design & Development via Scripting

HPSearch: Design & Development via Scripting

Each of these components run as a separate Web service Either direct or wrapped as a web service Scripting to manage the chain of these disparate services into one complete application E[r]

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Customized Data Exchange Gateway (DEG) for Automated File Exchange across Networks

Customized Data Exchange Gateway (DEG) for Automated File Exchange across Networks

service for transferring the files from storage of one network to the storage on the other network. A registration process is implemented to register the application which needs the service. The service registration is an executable which needs to be executed on the DEG system by giving all the required details of the application and the system from where the application executes. After successful registration is a key pair is generated and passed on to the application. On sender side the FTS verifies the authenticity of files on storage and transfers them to receiver which verifies the origin of the packets and hands over the authentic packets to its FTS service to deliver onto the storage. In addition to authentication FTS implements file filtering, gets access to the customized sockets authorized to access the TCP client which fingerprints TCP packets and delivers to receiver network. The FTP service on receiver side checks the authenticity of the packets and dispatches them to the disk storage on receiver side.
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Decentralized Authorization for Web Services

Decentralized Authorization for Web Services

In order to implement and evaluate WebÆTHER the Web Service that was chosen is a file transfer service. The host of the service is going to provide a file that when the requester meets the requirements will be available for downloading. This scenario was chosen in order to demonstrate the ability of WebÆTHER to be implemented in the very popular area of file sharing while providing a secure framework for the service. For the Service Transport layer, HTTP was selected because it is the dominant protocol for this layer in the Web Services area. The creation of a new XML based messaging protocol for the messaging layer implementation was considered to be outside of scope to this dissertation, therefore the options were limited to the ones with the best support and documentation. These options were SOAP and REST. SOAP was finally selected between the two, because of the features of the existing tools, the overall support from the Web Services community and the ease of implementation using the existing development tools.
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Chat and File transfer Android application using WiFi-Direct

Chat and File transfer Android application using WiFi-Direct

Our built application is for android devices compatible with Wi-Fi direct. This application doesn’t need central server /database, the only requirement is that the mobile devices should be Wi- Fi enabled(with Wi-Fi direct). Wi-Fi direct is made for temporarily connecting a few devices in an easy-to-use and secure way, but it does not work well for larger network topologies. The major problem users may confront while using the built application is that the devices are not compatible with each other. The devices may crash or gets stuck while transmission of multimedia files. This Application would work in a better way if there is device compatibility and Wi-Fi direct is extended to all the android devices.
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Jini distributed key exchange and file transfer service with digital signatures

Jini distributed key exchange and file transfer service with digital signatures

This project implements a Cipher engine for AES, and a KeyAgreement algorithm for the Diffie-Hellman Key Agreement. The DSA algorithm will be implemented using interfaces in the standard Java2 SDK (J2SDK). The JCE defines "Service Provider Interfaces" (SPI) which define the application interfaces implemented by each engine.

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web application file upload vulnerabilities 36487 pdf

web application file upload vulnerabilities 36487 pdf

Uploading files to a web application can be a key feature to many web applications. Without it cloud backup services, photograph sharing and other functions would not be possible. File upload functionality introduces a substantial risk to the web application (Barnett, 2013) and requires unexpected additional validation and system configuration to protect the web application. In!the!WPScan!WordPress!Vulnerability!Database!alone! there!are!approximately!240!file!upload!related!vulnerabilities!(The!WPScan!Team,! 2015).!Additionally!the!National!Vulnerability!Database!contains!approximately!541! unique!CVE!entries!(Common!Vulnerabilities!and!Exposures)!for!file!upload!related! vulnerabilities!(National!Institute!of!Standards!and!Technology,!2015).!!
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ABSTRACT: Web log file is log file automatically created and maintained by a web server.Analyzing web server

ABSTRACT: Web log file is log file automatically created and maintained by a web server.Analyzing web server

In today’s world, everything is going online. Insuch a competitive environment, service providers are eager to know about, are they providing the best service in the market, whether people are purchasing their product, are they findingapplication interesting and friendly to use, or in the field of banking they need to know about howmany customers are looking forward to their bank scheme. Service providers also need to know, how to make websites or webapplication interesting, which products people are not purchasing and in that case how to improveadvertising strategies to attract customer, what will be the future marketing plans [1]. To answer these questions, log files are helpful. Log files contain list of actions that have beenoccurred whenever someone accesses the website or web application. These log files reside in web servers. Every “hit” tothe Website, including each view of a document, image or other object, is logged in a log file. The raw web log file format is one line of text for each hit to the website. This contains information about who was visiting the site, where they came from, and what they were doing on the website.These log files have tons of useful information for service providers,analyzing these log files can give lots of insights that help understand website traffic patterns,user activity, there interest etc.[2][3]. Thus, through the log file analysis we can get theinformation about the people interaction with websitesand applications.
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KingCloud: Object Oriented Archiving System

KingCloud: Object Oriented Archiving System

KingCloud intelligent object archiving system includes user interface, KingCloud server, terminal data acquisition Agent, data ETL tool set, such as the four components, as shown in figure 1. The part of the user interface including API secondary development interface, logical view browsing interface, polymerization retrieval interface and topic oriented content display, part of the user interface to provide a logical view of the data for the client, including file name, directory structure, and for the client to provide physical view, describing data stored on physical media. Server KingCloud content analysis service, file service layout, metadata service and web application server, in object storage, data logical view and physical view are separated, the metadata server is only responsible for logical view and physical view are managed by the object storage device of. ETL tool set is responsible for the acquisition, conversion and loading of structured data; the client acquisition Agent is responsible for the acquisition, storage and extraction of basic metadata information.
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