Exploring the Business Object Pattern

  • Paul B. Monday


The previous three chapters worked through the base patterns at the heart of Web Services:
  • The Service-Oriented Architecture pattern forms the architectural pattern of Web Services.

  • The Architecture Adapter pattern showed the mechanism for translating Web Service interactions into underlying service implementations.

  • The Service Directory pattern showed the mechanism for retrieving metadata about a Web Service, and that metadata resides in the Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) directory typically used with Web Services.


Business Process Business Object Simple Object Access Protocol Business Process Execution Language Service Implementation 
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Additional Reading

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    JavaBeans—Englander, Developing Java Beans, O’Reilly and Associates, 1997.Google Scholar

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