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Another REST issue

upul indrajith
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How RESTful services Orchestration done ? Is there any standard/API/Technology exist to do this ??
[ November 21, 2008: Message edited by: upul indrajith ]
Peer Reynders

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Originally posted by upul indrajith:
Is there any standard/API/Technology exist to do this ??

Not that I am aware of.

From your earlier topic Issues related to RESTful web services:

BgWS: The reality is that BPEL and ESB tend to increase coupling with the reliance on common third party middleware.

Basically it seems that this type of orchestration and coordination is viewed as a capability that is only of interest to higher-end customers but is of little interest to the majority of the stakeholders in the "RESTful" solution space.

So "RESTians" tend to prefer approaches like this: REST and the Real World: Orchestration
[ November 21, 2008: Message edited by: Peer Reynders ]
I agree. Here's the link:
subject: Another REST issue
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