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Specifications for SOA

 
william kane
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Hi,
I am not able to understand what it takes for a implementation to qualify to be a SOA implementation.I have read about the expectations of a SOA based solution in terms of loose coupling,discovery security etc,but i am not able to find any specifications for the same.
What i exactly want to know is 'Are there any specifications that need to be adhered to for a solution to be considered as SOA based solution?'
Thanks
William
 
Keith Baker
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JSR 208 - http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=208

More info from Sun @ http://java.sun.com/integration.
 
Kishore Dandu
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This blog from Martin Fowler gives some insights into mis-understanding about SOA.
 
Kishore Dandu
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Here is another site that dwells into 2nd generation WS specs that try to realize true SOA, the book from the author is also a interesting read when going after SOA.
 
ranjit roy
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This site has useful info - http://www.service-architecture.com

cheers
ranjit
 
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