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> So SOA is RPC with a calling convention for methods? Sounds silly to me.
Think of it as data-driven rather then method driven. There may be one
method, and perhaps a URI or some addressing meta-data, but it's not an
object method, it's not a class invocation, and most of the "what to do"
comes from the single datatype -- a bit of XML -- that is sent back and
>I like Don's four fundamentals of service orientation
Yup, those are good. Especially #3 which I view as key (but then I'm a
bits-on-the-wire kind of guy)
> * Services share schema and contract, not class
Rich Salz Chief Security Architect
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