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Web Service Transactions An evaluation of description-and management-standards

Summary: Web Service Transactions
An evaluation of description- and management- standards
and languages
Technical Report
Chang-ai Sun
Dieter Hammer
Gerard Biemolt
Heerko Groefsema
Version: 1.0
Date: 14 July 2006
1 Introduction
1.1 Web Services Overview
Web services form a wide range of web applications that are written in several different
languages. Some systems are possible not replaceable or it is too expensive to transfer to a
new standard. The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) provides an extra layer upon
all web services. There is a new level of abstraction on which the WS-* provides
specifications for the business processes. These specifications form the WS-stack, which can
be seen in figure 1 [DUST06]. Specifications are available on all levels ranging from the
business process integration down to the messaging and transport protocols.


Source: Aiello, Marco - Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences