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Web Services Coordination (WS- Coordination)

@inproceedings{Cabrera2004WebSC,
  title={Web Services Coordination (WS- Coordination)},
  author={Luis-Felipe Cabrera and Anthony J. Nadalin},
  year={2004}
}
This specification (WS-Coordination) describes an extensible framework for providing protocols that coordinate the actions of distributed applications. Such coordination protocols are used to support a number of applications, including those that need to reach consistent agreement on the outcome of distributed transactions. The framework defined in this specification enables an application service to create a context needed to propagate an activity to other services and to register for… 
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