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Microsoft 70-310/70-320 Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET

This course measures a students ability develop and implement middle-tier components, server components, and XML Web services by using Visual Studio .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework. When you pass the Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework exam, you achieve Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) status. You also earn:

Our training supplier is a Microsoft IT Academy Program Member and they follow the approved Microsoft course curriculum, ensuring that you receive the training and knowledge needed to succeed. They are so certain that this course meets and exceeds the exam objectives, that they guarantee you will pass your exam!


Course Duration: 3 Months
Learning segments

Creating and Managing Microsoft Windows Services, Serviced Components, .NET Remoting Objects, and XML Web Services

Create and manipulate a Windows service
Write code that is executed when a Windows service is started or stopped
Implement a serviced component
Create interfaces that are visible to COM
Create a strongly named assembly
Register the component in the global assembly cache
Manage the component by using the Component Services tool
Create and consume a .NET Remoting object
Implement server-activated components
Implement client-activated components
Select a channel protocol and a formatter
Create client configuration files and server configuration files
Implement an asynchronous method
Create the listener service
Instantiate and invoke a .NET Remoting object
Create and consume an XML Web service
Control characteristics of Web methods by using attributes
Create and use SOAP extensions
Create asynchronous Web methods
Control XML wire format for an XML Web service
Instantiate and invoke an XML Web service
Implement security for a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Access unmanaged code from a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service

Consuming and Manipulating Data

Access and manipulate data from a Microsoft SQL Server database by creating and using ad hoc queries and stored procedures
Create and manipulate DataSets
Manipulate a DataSet schema
Manipulate DataSet relationships
Create a strongly typed DataSet
Access and manipulate XML data
Access an XML file by using the Document Object Model (DOM) and an XmlReader
Transform DataSet data into XML data
Use XPath to query XML data
Generate and use an XSD schema
Write a SQL statement that retrieves XML data from a SQL Server database
Update a SQL Server database by using XML
Validate an XML document

Testing and Debugging

Create a unit test plan
Implement tracing
Configure and use trace listeners and trace switches
Display trace output
Instrument and debug a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Configure the debugging environment
Create and apply debugging code to components and applications
Provide multicultural test data to components and applications.
Execute tests
Use interactive debugging
Log test results
Resolve errors and rework code
Control debugging in the Web.config file
Use SOAP extensions for debugging
Deploying Windows Services, Serviced Components, .NET Remoting Objects, and XML Web Services
Plan the deployment of and deploy a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Create a setup program that installs a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Register components and assemblies
Publish an XML Web service
Enable static discovery
Publish XML Web service definitions in the UDDI
Configure client computers and servers to use a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Implement versioning
Plan, configure, and deploy side-by-side deployments and applications
Configure security for a Windows service, a serviced component, a .NET Remoting object, and an XML Web service
Configure authentication type. Authentication types include Windows authentication, Windows Live ID (formerly Passport Network account), custom authentication, and none
Configure and control authorization
Configure and implement identity management
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