Chapter 3. SCA composite applications

This chapter covers

  • Running a composite application in a single process
  • Understanding the SCA domain
  • Running a distributed composite application
  • Using SCA composites as application building blocks

In this chapter we’ll look at how to use SCA and Tuscany to create and run composite applications. As the name suggests, a composite application is an application composed from other things. These other things are the basic SCA artifacts that we looked at in the previous chapter: components, implementations, services, interfaces, references, wires, properties, and bindings. To combine these into a composite application, you’ll need to understand the additional concepts of contributions, composites, domains, ...

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