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Web services are services that are made available from a business's Web server for Web users or other Web-connected programs. Web services are sometimes called application services.

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1. This markup language is considered to be extensible because of its unlimited and self-defining markup symbols.
a. HTML
b. XHTML
c. XML
d. W3C

2. This lightweight protocol provides a way for programs to interact with each other, even if using different operating systems and located behind a firewall.
a. CORBA
b. SOAP
c. RMI
d. DCOM

3. This XML-based language is used to describe the services a business offers and to provide a way for individuals and other businesses to access those services electronically.
a. Xerces
b. X-box
c. XUL
d. WSDL

4. This XML-based registry is intended as on online Internet registry for businesses worldwide.
a. Universal Plug and Play
b. UDDI
c. Uniform Resource Locator
d. UDF

5. This platform simplifies application development and decreases the need for programming and programmer training by creating standardized,reusable modular components.
a. GDMO
b. JES2
c. J2EE
d. JNDI

6. This method ensures that each XML element type and attribute name has a unique identity.
a. namespace
b. fully-qualified domain name
c. Multiprotocol Label Switching
d. named pipe

7. This is a data structure representing a service type in a Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration registry.
a. Model-View-Controller
b. tModel
c. Venn diagram
d. exploratory model

8. This application program interface (API) from Sun Microsystems supports messaging between computers in a network.
a. write once, read many
b. Short Message Service
c. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
d. Java Message Service

9. This term encompasses the plans, methods, and tools aimed at modernizing,consolidating, and coordinating the computer applications in an enterprise.
a. EAI
b. EDI
c. grasping plan
d. decision support system

10. This XML extension is a standard way to describe how to transform the structure of an XML document into an XML document with a different structure.
a. extract, transform, load
b. tree structure
c. XSLT
d. phase change

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