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I have been going through the WS Choreography spec from W3C and the WS-Transaction spec from IBM . I was just wondering if they are trying to address the same problem . If so ,which of these will be the Industry standard.I hope someone could clarify this for me.
[ October 01, 2003: Message edited by: Nirvan Sagar ]
 
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WS-Choregraphy and WS-Transaction are not competing specification.
But WS-Choreography and BPEL4WS are.
 
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