The need to tie IT systemsâfrom backend files through front-end securityâtogether in order to build web service engines is driving a number of parallel efforts, all of which employ XML as the binding glue. The potential of XML to allow disparate vendors and suppliers to integrate their e-commerce sites is being realized by the formulation of a variety of standards and the implementation of products based on those standards.
XML Takes on New Web Services Roles (July 2002)
Avasant's research and other publications are based on information from the best available sources and Avasant's independent assessment and analysis at the time of publication. Avasant takes no responsibility and assumes no liability for any error/omission or the accuracy of information contained in its research publications. Avasant does not endorse any provider, product or service described in its RadarView™ publications or any other research publications that it makes available to its users, and does not advise users to select only those providers recognized in these publications. Avasant disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. None of the graphics, descriptions, research, excerpts, samples or any other content provided in the report(s) or any of its research publications may be reprinted, reproduced, redistributed or used for any external commercial purpose without prior permission from Avasant, LLC. All rights are reserved by Avasant, LLC.