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Enterprise SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture Best Practices by Dirk Slama, Karl Banke, Dirk Krafzig

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Chapter 10. SOA in Action

This chapter shows how a service can be implemented in the real world to serve the needs of different usage models. You can provide the same service using different protocols and different granularity according to the context in which you use it. As is the case with traditional software, it is impossible to design a service based only on abstract principles. However, you can employ careful planning and refactoring of a service to make an implementation suitable for many different usage scenarios.

To illustrate the different design considerations applicable to different usage models, we employ a passenger check-in scenario. A passenger might check in with a mobile phone or PDA, using an electronic (or physical) ticket at ...

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