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Building Web Services with Java: Making Sense of XML, SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, Second Edition by Claudia Zentner, Dieter König, Paul Fremantle, Yuichi Nakamura, Peter Brittenham, Glen Daniels, Simeon Simeonov, Doug Davis, Steve Graham

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11. Web Services Transactions

IN CHAPTER 8, “WEB SERVICES AND STATEFUL RESOURCES,” you saw how a simple Web service can be extended by adding state. Doing so goes a long way toward enabling your Web services environment to be more enterprise ready. However, invoking individual Web services and assuming services work in isolation isn’t really realistic. It’s much more likely that during the course of processing a task several Web services will need to be invoked and coordinated under the scope of a single unit of work. In this chapter, we’ll examine a group of specifications that are designed to aid in the coordination of Web services.

Web Services Coordination and Transaction (WS-C/Tx)

Through SOAP’s natural extensibility, you’ve seen how a simple ...

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