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Exploring the Service-Oriented Architecture Pattern

  • Paul B. Monday

Abstract

Until Web Services became a reality, making applications communicate across the Internet was a serious challenge to application programmers. Predating Web Services are three techniques, each of which vied for programmer’s attention but none of which achieved ubiquity for communicating across the Internet:
  • You could choose to implement your services using a particular platform, such as the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) with its Remote Method Invocation (RMI) capabilities as the mechanism for communication.

  • You could choose a heavier-weight standardized model, such as the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).

  • You could roll your own service access and usage protocol.

Keywords

Simple Object Access Protocol Common Object Request Broker Architecture Service Implementation Remote Method Invocation Simple Object Access Protocol Message 
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Additional Reading

  1. •.
    Web Service specification documents and related information: http://www.w3c.org/
  2. •.
    The Jini technology: http://www.jini.org/
  3. •.
    The Openwings technology, a service-oriented architecture based on Jini: http://www.openwings.org/

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© Paul B. Monday 2003

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  • Paul B. Monday

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