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> The focal point of SOA is when one decomposes a business into requests
> for services by type regardless of implementation. That is why an
> object oriented architecture is not an SOA.
Well "decomposing a business into requests for services by type regardless
of implementation" sounds exactly like what we wre trying to do when I was
working on IT architectures in the 1980s, and we called it object oriented
then. But perhaps we were just trying to be fashionable.