Analysis and Management of Web Service Protocols

  title={Analysis and Management of Web Service Protocols},
  author={B. Benatallah and F. Casati and Farouk Toumani},
  • B. Benatallah, F. Casati, Farouk Toumani
  • Published in ER 2004
  • Computer Science
  • In the area of Web services and service-oriented architectures, business protocols are rapidly gaining importance and mindshare as a necessary part of Web service descriptions. Their immediate benefit is that they provide developers with information on how to write clients that can correctly interact with a given service or with a set of services. In addition, once protocols become an accepted practice and service descriptions become endowed with protocol information, the middleware can be… CONTINUE READING
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