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Web services use the Secure Object Access Protocol (SOAP) over HTTP for data exchange. Hence in order to deploy a web service we need a SOAP implementation as well as an application server. Fortunately, we do not have to write all the code for these from scratch. There are quite a few open-source tools available that considerably ease the task of developing, publishing, and querying web services. Here is a list of tools that we are using and other web-service related resources.

SOAP implementations:

Web/Application Servers:

Database Server (for backend)

Other Resources

Please email suggested additions to usriv@stanford.edu.

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This page was last updated on 09/26/2005 by Utkarsh Srivastava