Table of contents for Next generation application integration : from simple information to Web services / David S. Linthicum.


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Chapter 1 - Approaching Application Integration
Part I: Types of Application Integration
Chapter 2 / Information-Oriented Application Integration
Chapter 3 - Business Process Integration-Oriented Application Integration  
Chapter 4 /Service-Oriented Application Integration
Chapter 5 / Portal-Oriented Application Integration
Part II:  Application Integration Technology
Chapter 6 / Middleware Basics
Chapter 7 / Middleware Types and Application Integraiton / What Works Where? 
Chapter 8 - Java Middleware Standards and Application Integration
Chapter 9 -  Integration Servers and Application Integration 
Chapter 10 /  Adapters and J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA)
Part III: Application Integration Standards
Chapter 11  - ebXML and Application Integration
Chapter 12 / Understanding BPEL4WS and Application Integration
Chapter 13 / RossettaNet , and UCCNET and Application Integration
Chapter 14 -  SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, Oh My 
Chapter 15 / XML, XSLT and Application Integration
Chapter 16 / Other Standards (WS Security, XML Encryption, XML Signature, 
XKMS, SAML, XrML 2.0 Other "WS-" Protocols)  
Part IV: Advanced Topics
Chapter 17 / The Verticalization of Application Integration Technology
Chapter 18 / Approaching Application Integration / A 12 Step Program
Chapter 19  -  Ontologies and Application Integration
Chapter 20 / Application Integration Manifesto
Appendixes
Appendix A  Sample RosettaNet PIP Spec
Appendix B	 Where XML fits with Application Integration
Appendix C	 Knowledge-Oriented Middleware
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Application software Development, Business enterprise Data processing, Web services