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is Web service the only base for SOA ? what other framework are avaialble fo SOA ?

 
raminaa niilian
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Hi
Thank you for reading my post.
Web service is a technology which we can develop SOA based on it
i want to find out what other technologies are available which we can make SOA based on them
for example JINI is a tech which it is possible to build soa on it.
is there some other framework / technology or standard for building SOA ?


if you can give me some links then i will thank you tooo much.
 
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As far as I can tell, SOA is yet another buzzword that means whatever the salesman trying to sell you something wants it to mean.
Bill
 
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In response to a similar question, someone posted a link to this blog entry by Martin Fowler which describes some of the confusion surrounding SOA.

I'd concur with Mr. Brogden, however - although you can get a general consistent flavour for what SOA "is", it varies according to what a vendor offers. I don't think you could make a single statement about SOA that wouldn't be contradicted by one or more vendors :-\

So...I guess the answer to your question depends on which vendor you choose ;-)


-Tim
 
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Hi
thank you for replying .
Im in completing a study about which platform/framework/standard could be used for making successful SOA
i found that WS and jini are 2 very good one
but there are more from my openion for example :
RMI , com+ , CORBA
but this techs has no security , and many other required features.
so i am asking more experienced members of javaranch to help me find other suitable frameworks/platform for making SOA.

Thank you again for giving your time to read and reply my posts .
 
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SOA doesn't define how services can be requested. So, generally SOA doesn't have any relations with remote method invocations.
 
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