Offering role mobility in a TINA environment
This paper presents the concept of role mobility and the value of role mobility in an open service environment. We outline the aspects of role management and role mobility and we describe an open, reusable component for role management. Then, we show how this component can be deployed in a TINA environment with a minimum number of changes to the TINA service architecture.
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