Comparing Two Approaches to Compensable Flow Composition

@inproceedings{Bruni2005ComparingTA,
  title={Comparing Two Approaches to Compensable Flow Composition},
  author={Roberto Bruni and Michael J. Butler and Carla Ferreira and C. A. R. Hoare and Hern{\'a}n C. Melgratti and Ugo Montanari},
  booktitle={CONCUR},
  year={2005}
}
Web services composition is an emerging paradigm for the integration of long running business processes, attracting the interest of both Industry, in terms of XML-based standards for business description, and Academy, exploiting process description languages. The key challenging aspects to model are orchestration workflows, choreography of exchanged messages, fault handling, and transactional integrity with compensation mechanisms. Few recent proposals attempted to mitigate the explosion of XML… CONTINUE READING

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