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Web Services for K-12 Education Systems

Web Services (WS) are now a reality for many enterprises and have moved beyond the hype stage. Many enterprises have built Web Services pilot projects, proving that WS can reduce integration and development cost substantially and enhance customer and supplier integration. This article will walk you through the Web Service development process using PHP, MySQL, VB, NuSOAP or XML-RPC. Before going further, you can download and install the client (the example, discussed in this article) from here and start playing with it for a better understanding the topics of this article.

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By: Ahm Asaduzzaman
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February 18, 2004
  1. · Web Services for K-12 Education Systems
  2. · Requirement Analysis
  3. · Walkthrough Example
  4. · Conclusion

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Web Services for K-12 Education Systems - Conclusion
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This article discussed about a completely new scope of web service. The article also introduces web services technologies and how they work together to create web services architecture to support education. The intent is to provide a straightforward, hype-free explanation of the technology. 

NOTE: The server part of the illustrated example is installed in a Linux box in my home, which is connected to Internet through Comcast cable modem.  I can not provide you any guarantee of this service at anytime. Support materials of this article can be also found at http://forums.devarticles.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=308

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