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Inside Windows® Communication Foundation by Justin Smith

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Chapter 2. Service Orientation

In this chapter:

A Quick Definition of Service Orientation 20

Getting the Message 20

Messaging Participants 21

The Anatomy of a Message 25

Message Transports 28

Message Encodings 29

Addressing the Message 34

WS-Addressing 40

The Four Tenets of Service Orientation 44

Putting It All Together 46

Why SO Makes Sense 54

The Internet is awash with talk of service orientation (SO), and most of that discussion addresses service orientation in the abstract. We are going to take a slightly different approach in this chapter. In the next few pages, we'll look at service orientation from a requirements perspective. More specifically, we're going to look at a generic messaging application and expose what is required to make it tick. Through ...

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