Developing Adapters for Web Services Integration

  title={Developing Adapters for Web Services Integration},
  author={B. Benatallah and F. Casati and Daniela Grigori and H. Nezhad and Farouk Toumani},
  • B. Benatallah, F. Casati, +2 authors Farouk Toumani
  • Published in CAiSE 2005
  • Computer Science
  • The push toward business process automation has generated the need for integrating different enterprise applications involved in such processes. The typical approach to integration and to process automation is based on the use of adapters and message brokers. The need for adapters in Web services mainly comes from two sources: one is the heterogeneity at the higher levels of the interoperability stack, and the other is the high number of clients, each of which can support different interfaces… CONTINUE READING
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