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

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Part 2. Using Tuscany

Part 1 gave you a high-level view of most of the features of Apache Tuscany’s SCA Java runtime. With the foundations laid, part 2 gives more detail about creating SCA components to support the various parts of your enterprise application.

Part 2 starts with chapter 4, “Service interaction patterns,” which provides an overview of the different interaction patterns used to send messages from one SCA component to another and back again. You’ll learn how the interacting components can run within the same JVM or in separate JVMs and how different styles of message exchange are configured. With SCA you can, depending on your requirements, choose whether components exchange messages synchronously or asynchronously, whether one ...

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