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hello java friends:

I'm in search of some design patterns for web services, namely:

* Asynchronous Interaction
* JMS Bridge
* Web Service Cache
* Web Serive Broker

i've searched in a lot of pattern catalog books with no result.

Only I found 'Web Service Broker' in 'Core J2EE patterns' book, I think 'JMS Bridge' is derivated from 'Bridge' in GoF and nothing more.
i've queried at least : GoF, Core J2EE Patterns, PEAA(Martin Fowler), EIP(Gregor Hohpe) and POSAs.

Does anybody know about the other ones?
any help is welcome

thanks ;)
 
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Jaime Bravo wrote:Does anybody know about the other ones?
any help is welcome



Check Mikalai Zaikin's notes. And watch out! JMS Bridge has nothing to do with GoF Bridge!
 
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ok I saw that resource from Mikalai, it's really good
i only was thinking that the patterns could be published in a well-known catalog
thanks a lot Gabor
 
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hi Friends,

I think you can have a look on following. seems interesting

IBM web services

thanks & regards
sathees
 
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Thank you sathees ...good resource!!
regards
 
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