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Tuscany SCA in Action by Simon Nash, Haleh Mahbod, Raymond Feng, Mark Combellack, Simon Laws

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Chapter 2. Using SCA components

This chapter covers

  • Implementing SCA components
  • Defining services, references, and properties
  • Connecting components using wires and bindings

In the previous chapter we gave a practical introduction to Apache Tuscany and the major technical concepts in SCA, showing how a business application can use SCA and benefit from its capabilities. In this chapter and the next, we’ll cover the essential concepts of SCA in more detail and show you how to use them to develop applications using Tuscany.

As a first step toward building Tuscany applications, you need to be familiar with SCA components, which are the fundamental building blocks for all SCA applications. We start by looking at the relationship between components ...

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