Early Adopter HailStorm looks at the first public release of .NET My Services Developer Edition, or HailStorm in a Box as it was called, dispelling the myths that have surrounded it since it was first announced, and how to develop against it. In particular, we look at creating HailStorm compatible SOAP messages, how XML standards-compliant this release is, and how information is added to, updated and deleted from the various services that it implements. Finally, a couple of case studies illustrate how HailStorm may be integrated into real world scenarios.
This book covers:
HailStorm as it will be in version 1.0
HailStorm as it is today
Using SOAP and XPath to talk to HailStorm
HailStorm Data-manipulation Language (HSDL)
Practical case studies