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Best design pattern to integrate existing application with different third party webservices.

krithika vittal
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Joined: Jul 14, 2009
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I am trying to call the webservices of different vendors from my existing app.

I would also like to run this calling component as a separate app.

What is the design pattern that is applicable and enables addition of new third parties in the future without disturbing the existing application ?

Thanks,
Krithika Vittal
 
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