A Reactive E-Service Framework for Dynamic Adaptation and Management of Web Services

  • T. Hemalatha
  • G. Athisha
  • C. Sathya
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 249)


Web service is both a process and a set of protocols for finding and connecting to software exposed as service over the web. Different strategies have been suggested to implement governmental, nongovernmental and general services, which are characterized by high sharing and reuse of strategic applications. Dynamic adaptation is a technique, which enables the rule server to create rules dynamically based on the service requested by the user. The execution of such user’s service may involve multiple web services obtained from various service providers with in the trusted environment in a cooperative manner. Under such circumstances it becomes necessary to manage multiple web services corresponding to many users request, which leads to multiple transactions. Hence a Web service Management System (WSMS) is proposed in this work to manage the web service resources and to control the activities that take place between different transactions which provides user-friendly interface to clients.


Web Service Reactive Event Condition Action (ECA) and Extensible Markup Language XML Rules Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PSNA College of Engg. & Tech.DindigulIndia
  2. 2.Departement of ECEPSNA College of Engg. & Tech.DindigulIndia
  3. 3.Departement of CSEPSNA College of Engg. & Tech.DindigulIndia

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