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Asynchronous Messaging between Web Services Using SSDL
January/February 2006 (vol. 10 no. 1)
pp. 26-39
Savas Parastatidis, University of Newcastle
Simon Woodman, University of Newcastle
Jim Webber, ThoughtWorks
Dean Kuo, CSIRO Information and Communication Technology Centre
Paul Greenfield, CSIRO Information and Communication Technology Centre
The SOAP Service Description Language (SSDL) is designed for describing asynchronous, message-oriented, and multimessage interactions between Web services. SSDL provides the basis for a range of protocol description frameworks. At one end of the spectrum, such frameworks can be simple, SOAP-centric replacements for the Web Services Description Language. At the other end, they're a more expressive contract-definition language enabling formal verification of asynchronous application protocol properties. This is possible because SSDL focuses on the "message" abstraction as the building block for service-oriented applications.
Index Terms:
SOAP, SSDL, System architectures, integration and modelling, Architecture, Standards, Distributed Systems, Distributed programming, Validation, Asynchronous/synchronous operation, Internet Applications
Savas Parastatidis, Simon Woodman, Jim Webber, Dean Kuo, Paul Greenfield, "Asynchronous Messaging between Web Services Using SSDL," IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 26-39, Jan.-Feb. 2006, doi:10.1109/MIC.2006.3
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