SOA Principles of Service Design
Prentice Hall, 18 jul. 2007 - 608 pagina's
The Definitive Guide to Service Engineering
The key to succeeding with service-oriented architecture (SOA) is in comprehending the meaning and significance of its most fundamental building block: the service. It is through an understanding of service design that truly “service-oriented” solution logic can be created in support of achieving the strategic goals associated with SOA and service-oriented computing. Bestselling SOA author Thomas Erl guides you through a comprehensive, insightful, and visually rich exploration of the service-orientation design paradigm, revealing exactly how services should and should not be designed for real-world SOA.
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This allows for the application of a design pattern known as Schema
Centralization, which advocates the definition of one “official” ... WSDL definitions
that share common XML schemas end up sharing the same data models for
creation of a base policy definition containing broad, generalized assertions.
More specialized assertions can be placed into separate policy definitions that
can then be attached to the same WSDL definition when the Web service is
Only when services need new complex types that fulfill processing requirements
unique to the service are servicespecific schema definitions allowed. All XML
schema definitions must exist in separate files that are linked to the WSDL ...
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Excellent and very readable overview. Well laid out. Explains the essential principles in enough detail to be useful without getting bogged down in minutiae. Volledige review lezen
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