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Application versioning has always been a challenge for the developer community. With the introduction of Web services, this issue becomes even more difficult as developers are dealing with a more distributed set of components that aren't necessarily under their control. A robust versioning strategy is needed to support multiple versions of Web services in development. This can allow for upgrades and improvements to be made to a Web service, while continuously supporting previously released versions. The right versioning strategy can maximize code reuse and provide a more manageable approach to the naming, deployment, and maintenance of your Web services. The issue of versioning is a complicated one, and this article does not attempt to answer every question surrounding the versioning of XML and Web services. However, there are some key approaches and design practice... (more)

SSA - HP's Framework For Creating Enterprise SOA Web Services

The potential and promise of service-oriented architecture (SOA) can be realized by designing, developing, and deploying well-designed, flexible, extensible, and scalable Web services, Web applications, and portlets. Reusable enterprise class Web services encapsulate business logic and drive business processes. A variety of clients consume these Web services without worrying about specific implementation technologies. The user interface, which is responsible for driving dynamic user experience, is most often Web based. These user interfaces serve the needs of several audiences and... (more)

Create a Real-World Business Process Model, Part 4

In the first article in this series (Vol. 3, issue 6), I gave you an overview of business process management (BPM) and covered the specifications in this area. I described the order change example and the steps needed to create the business process in WebLogic Integration (WLI). In the second article I looked at how to create a process application (orderChange). In this application I created a new process called orderChange.jpd. To start the process we added a ClientRequest received. Next we added the Web service validate config. In the third article I added a decision point to ... (more)

A Real-World Business Process Model Part 2

In my first article (WLDJ, Vol. 3, issue 6), I provided an overview of BPM specifications in this area. I described the order change example and the steps needed to create the business process in WebLogic Integration. In this article, you will see how to create a process application. We can call this application orderChange. In this application we need to create a new process called orderChange.jpd. To start the process, we need to add a ClientRequest received. Next we will add the Web service validate. We will be looking in detail at the steps to create this business process in W... (more)

A Real-World Business Process Model

In Part 1 (Vol. 3, issue 6) of this series I gave you an overview of business process management (BPM) and covered the specifications in this area. I described the order change example and the steps needed to create the business process in WebLogic Integration. In Part 2 (Vol. 3, issue 7), we created a process application - orderChange. In this application we created a new process called orderChange.jpd. To start the process we added a ClientRequest received. Then we added the Web service validate config. This month we will add a decision point to handle the result from validate ... (more)