Making Service-Oriented Java Applications Interoperable without Compromising Transparency

@inproceedings{Labey2008MakingSJ,
  title={Making Service-Oriented Java Applications Interoperable without Compromising Transparency},
  author={Sven De Labey and Eric Steegmans},
  booktitle={IESA},
  year={2008}
}
Object-oriented programming languages lack high-level support for platform-independent service interactions. In Java, for instance, the burden of guaranteeing sustainable interoperability is put entirely on the programmer. Java Remote Method Invocation requires its invocation targets to be remote Java objects, so Web Services and other targets can never be invoked without verbose interactions with specialized library classes. This lack of transparency forces programmers to consider… CONTINUE READING
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