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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 10. Task Services with Java

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10.1 Inside a Task Service

10.2 Building Task Services

Task services encapsulate the non-agnostic automation logic of business processes and have a scope of execution that often corresponds to that of a business process instance. This chapter explores the design and implementation of task services with Java.

10.1 Inside a Task Service

The service logic of a task service will often consist of controller logic, which composes entity and utility services as needed to fulfill functionality (Figure 10.1). Unlike agnostic services, which are generally built as standalone, shared IT resources, task services are modeled ...

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