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Service orientation is becoming the leading paradigm of contemporary software. The paradigm has been well known and successfully used in some domains like process control for decades. It is, however, a new paradigm in business scopes for many people and many software vendors. We discuss some implications of this fact. We study patterns in service-oriented(More)
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) can use fine grained a well as coarse grained service interfaces. It appeared that coarse-grained interfaces are usually preferable. The fine-grained interfaces have some technical advantages - e.g. the applicability of object-oriented attitudes (compare SOAP-RPC protocol) but it often leads to SOA antipatterns like(More)
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