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do you really need SCA for SOA?

ashish rahurkar
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Joined: Nov 17, 2008
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Jeff,

I got JAX-WS with new flexibility (..async programming model, policy sets etc) and a little bit of complexity ;-) but then why do I really need SCA for SOA?

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Vyas Sanzgiri
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SCA?


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Mourouganandame Arunachalam
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Vyas Sanzgiri wrote:SCA?


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Jeff. Davis
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Obviously, I think you can build services using a variety of frameworks, and so SCA is certainly not a requirement for SOA. That said, I think SCA has some very compelling features as it relates to assembling services through reusable components; supports a broad-range of bindings so that services can be exposed over SOAP, REST, JMS, ESB, RMI, RSS/ATOM, JSON etc; and has a powerful distributed deployment model. I don't think SCA is all that complicated to get started with, and hopefully my book addresses that through its case studies and examples.
Paul Clapham
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"soa", please check your private messages regarding an important administrative matter.

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Billy Tsai
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Not really, the Spring framework has the capabilities that superceed Service Component Architecture and Service Data Object


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