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A Framework for Managing the Evolution of Business Protocols in Web Services

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A Framework for Managing the Evolution of Business Protocols in Web Services
Web services are loosely coupled software components that are published, discovered, and invoked across the Web. As the use of Web services grows, in order to correctly interact with the growing services, it is important to understand the business protocols that provide clients with the information on how to interact with services. In dynamic Web services environments, service providers need to constantly refine their business protocols in order to reflect the constraints and opportunities proposed by new applications, new business strategies, and new laws, or fix the problems found in the protocol definition. However, the effective management of such a protocol evolution raises challenging problems: one of the most challenging issues is to handle ongoing instances started with the old protocol when their protocols are changed. We present a framework that supports service administrators in managing business protocol evolution by providing several features, such as a set of change...
Seung Hwan Ryu, Régis Saint-Paul, Boualem B
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where APCCM
Authors Seung Hwan Ryu, Régis Saint-Paul, Boualem Benatallah, Fabio Casati
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