A Proof Based Approach for Formal Verification of Transactional BPEL Web Services
The Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) are increasingly used in various application domains. Nowadays various Services operate on the Web and access various critical resources such as databases. These services are called transactional web services when they perform transactional actions. This kind of Services must verify the relevant constraints related to transactional systems. In our work, we focus on web services described with BPEL .
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