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SOA with Java: Realizing Service-Orientation with Java Technologies by Thomas Plunkett, David Chou, Raj Balasubramanian, Philip Thomas, Satadru Roy, Andre Tost, Thomas Erl

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Chapter 5. Web-Based Service Technologies

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5.1 SOAP-Based Web Services

5.2 REST Services

The lack of interoperability between evolving technology platforms, particularly between the Microsoft .NET and Java technology stacks, initiated the conception of the Web services standards. Interoperability between services is fundamental to an SOA, underpinning all aspects of the service-orientation paradigm. Web-based service technologies have established industry standards and conventions for realizing baseline interoperability.

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The term “Web-based services” includes both SOAP and REST-style services. The terms “SOAP-based Web service” or simply ...

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