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I want to know what this SOA is all about..Can anyone explain ???
 
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It's really a development paradigm where the focus is on creating reusable services that can be exposed over open platform-neutral protocols such as REST or SOAP. The focus is on making services that perform fairly discrete operations. Wikipedia provides a pretty good description.
 
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go search Google
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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