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Service Framework Specification, Part I, Version 2.0
Banerji, Arindam; Bartolini, Claudio; Beringer, Dorothea; Boulmakoul, Abdel Jabbar; Frolund, Svend; Govindarajan, Kannan; Karp, Alan; Morciniec, Michal; Pogossiants, Gregory; Preist, Chris; Sharma, Shamik; Stephenson, David; Williams, Scott
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Abstract: The service framework specification is a layered specification that enables interoperability through the use of XML and formal definitions of interactions amongst services. It also provides mechanisms for dynamically discovering services as well as interacting with them through the exchange of XML documents. The specification has two parts: the first part specifies more horizontal infrastructural services such as messaging, service definition, transactions, management, vocabularies, and discovery of services. The second part focuses on higher level business interactions such as negotiation and contract formation.
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