Guest Editorial: Special Section on Transactional Web Services

@article{Badr2010GuestES,
  title={Guest Editorial: Special Section on Transactional Web Services},
  author={Y. Badr and D. Benslimane and Z. Maamar and Ling Liu},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Serv. Comput.},
  year={2010},
  volume={3},
  pages={30-31}
}
THE Internet, along with its related technologies, has created an interconnected world in which information flows easily and tasks are processed collaboratively. To make service-oriented applications more robust, Web services must be examined from a transactional perspective. By transactional, we mean first defining the actions that guide the execution of Web services when failures arise and then the states that permit claiming the success of this execution following the handling of these… Expand
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