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Understanding SCA (Service Component Architecture) by Michael Rowley, Jim Marino

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4. Conversational Interactions Using Java

The last two chapters covered service-based development using the SCA Java programming model. Putting this into practice in Chapter 3, “Service-Based Development Using Java,” we refactored the BigBank loan application to reflect SCA best practices by taking advantage of loose coupling and asynchronous interactions. In this chapter, we continue our coverage of the Java programming model, focusing on building conversational services.

Conversational Interactions

Services in distributed applications are often designed to be stateless. In stateless architectures, the runtime does not maintain state on behalf of a client between operations. Rather, contextual information needed by the service to process a ...

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