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

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Chapter 7. Connecting components using bindings

This chapter covers

  • Connecting services and references using SCA bindings
  • Exposing SCA services using Web Services, CORBA, RMI, and JMS
  • Integrating services exposed using Web Services, CORBA, RMI, JMS, or as EJBs from SCA

By this stage in the book you know how to implement SCA components and wire them together to create SCA applications. It’s now time for you to shift your focus and look outside the world of SCA and see how you can integrate your SCA applications with the rest of the world.

Often an SCA application will need to expose its services to existing business applications or make use of the services offered by them. This is done over a communications channel and protocol that’s understood ...

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