Web Service Composition Transaction Management

@inproceedings{Limthanmaphon2004WebSC,
  title={Web Service Composition Transaction Management},
  author={Benchaphon Limthanmaphon and Yanchun Zhang},
  booktitle={ADC},
  year={2004}
}
The development of new web services by composition of existing services is becoming an extensive approach. This has resulted in transactions that span in multiple web services. These business transactions may be unpredictable and long in duration. Thus they may not be acceptable to lock resources exclusively for such long period. Two-phase commit is also not suitable for transactions with some long sub-transactions. Compensation is a way to ensure transaction reliability. However, rolling back… CONTINUE READING
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