The Self-Serv Environment for Web Services Composition

@article{Benatallah2003TheSE,
  title={The Self-Serv Environment for Web Services Composition},
  author={B. Benatallah and Quan Z. Sheng and M. Dumas},
  journal={IEEE Internet Comput.},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={40-48}
}
  • B. Benatallah, Quan Z. Sheng, M. Dumas
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Internet Comput.
  • Self-Serv aims to enable the declarative composition of new services from existing ones, the multiattribute dynamic selection of services within a composition, and peer-to-peer orchestration of composite service executions. Self-Serv adopts the principle that every service, whether elementary or composite, should provide a programmatic interface based on SOAP and the Web Service Definition Language. This does not exclude the possibility of integrating legacy applications, such as those written… CONTINUE READING

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