Software Oriented Architecture

WebServices-Coordination overview WebServices-Coordination overview Notes
  In general terms, coordination is the act of one entity (the known as the coordinator) disseminating information to a number of participants for some domain-specific reason.
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SOA Support In .Net SOA Support In .Net Notes
  In a recent survey it was found that good percentage of IT organizations wasunaware of SOA or they never knew why they were implementing SOA in theirprojects.
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SOA Support in J2ee SOA  Support in J2ee Notes
  In a recent survey it was found that good percentage of IT organizations wasunaware of SOA or they never knew why they were implementing SOA in theirprojects
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SOAP SOAP Notes
  An XML Declaration (optional), followed by A SOAP Envelope (the root element) which is made up of: A SOAP Header (optional) A SOAP Body
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XML messaging with SOAP XML messaging with SOAP Notes
  This tutorial gives a hands-on introduction to using the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) for communication between components.
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Web Services - Security Web Services - Security  Notes
  Soap message protection through message integrity, confidentiality, and single message authentication extensible and flexible (multiple security tokens, trust domains, signature formats, and encryption technologies. )
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Web Services - Choreography Web Services - Choreography Notes
  This specification describes a formal method of defining a Choreography using a Choreography Definition Language. Choreographies describe the sequence and conditions in which messages are exchanged between independent processes, parties or organizations in order to realize some useful purpose, for example placing an order.
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Web Services Choreography Description Language Web Services Choreography Description Language Notes
  Web Services Choreography Description Language,Early draft by W3C WS-Chor Working Group No support from IBM, MS,Apparently initially from Oracle,Wild guess at Last Call sometime in 2005 Main editor working on formalization
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Web Services Interoperability Technologies Web Services Interoperability Technologies Notes
  Describe WSIT, the features of each WSIT technology and the standards that WSIT Implements for each technology and how it works.
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Simple Object Access Protocol Simple Object Access Protocol Notes
  SOA is one of IBM’s long term strategies to enable innovation that matters,IBM’s view of SOA is business centric Entry points are accelerated by SOA Foundation products and business insight
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Simple Object Access Protocol Qverview Simple Object Access Protocol Qverview Notes
  “SOAP is a protocol specification for invoking methods on servers, services, components and objects. SOAP codifies the existing practice of using XML and HTTP as a method invocation mechanism".
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SOA_vs_Component_based SOA_vs_Component_based Notes
  SOA is a buzzword and topic for many discussions in nearly every professional journal and conference. Opinions differ from “some technical rubbish” to “the technology of the future”.
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Service-Oriented Architecture Service-Oriented Architecture Notes
  As we explored in the previous chapter, Web services promote an environment for systems that is loosely coupled and interoperable. Many of the concepts for Web services come from a conceptual architecture called service-oriented architecture (SOA).
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Service Layers Service Layers Notes
  Business Process Layer,Processes of the Enterprise, not just the IT systems Service Interface Layer,Orchestration Layer,Business Service Layer
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Principles of Service Oriented Design Principles of Service Oriented Design Notes
  Service-oriented development is based on four fundamental tenets that were originally derived by the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) (previously code named "Indigo") team at Microsoft.
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Orchestration Orchestration Notes
  Orchestration describes the automated arrangement, coordination, and management of complex computer systems, middleware, and services.
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Java Web Services Java Web Services Notes
  Introduction to web services,Existing solutions,Web service Architecture,Standards used Web services technology,JAX-RPC Architecture,Hosting using Java web services Steps involved in creating weather web service,Consuming my weather forecast web service (client details) Some facts about web services,References
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Introduction to SOA Introduction to SOA Notes
  When you create an application that is service-oriented, you can create composable, reusable XML Web services to perform various tasks for the application.
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Introduction to ASP Introduction to ASP Notes
  This article explains how Web Forms are fundamental to Microsoft ASP.NET, shows how to build a Web form, and discusses the controls essential for building a Web Form
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Integrating Services in a Service Integrating Services in a Service Notes
  Integration (UDDI), Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Web Service Description Language (WSDL), you can create an XML Service Web service integration platform that is based on a service-oriented architecture (SOA).
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Clarke SEARCH 2006 SOA Basics Clarke SEARCH 2006 SOA Basics Notes
  Real SOA,SOA Characteristics,Potential Benefits,Common Misperceptions
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Bpel_For_Java_Developers Bpel_For_Java_Developers Notes
  The goal of this article is to act as a footbridge into the worlds of SOA and BPEL. It’s not intended to reveal the entire BPEL language, but it should get you moving in the right direction from your starting point as a Java Developer.
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Atomic Transactions Atomic Transactions Notes
  A sequence of operations that perform a single logical function Usually used in context of databases
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