Towards a two-layered framework for managing web services interaction
Source of Publication
Proceedings - 6th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science, ICIS 2007; 1st IEEE/ACIS International Workshop on e-Activity, IWEA 2007
This paper discusses the use of a framework for analyzing the interactions that arise between Web services engaged in composition. For the sake of achieving better coordination and avoiding conflicts, this framework assigns interactions to two layers known as business logic and support. The business-logic layer comprises control and transactional flows, whereas the support layer comprises exception and message flows. Additional features of this framework include the use of context to oversee interaction progress between Web services and a set of policies to constrain the behavior of these Web services. © 2007 IEEE.
Business | Computer Sciences
Communication; Cybernetics; Flow interactions; Fuzzy logic; Information management; Information science; Information services; Knowledge management; Web services; Business logics; In composition; International (CO); international conferences; Message flows; Support layer; Two layers; World Wide Web
Maamar, Zakaria; Benslimane, Djamal; and Sheng, Quan Z., "Towards a two-layered framework for managing web services interaction" (2007). All Works. 3712.
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