Design and develop SCA components using the Spring Framework, Part 2, Advanced techniques using Apache Tuscany

Combine multiple application contexts

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Ramkumar Ramalingam

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: December 22, 2009

In this "Design and develop SCA components using the Spring Framework" series, learn how Service Component Architecture (SCA) and the Spring Framework effectively combine to build distributed service applications. This article explores some of the advanced features supported by the Apache Tuscany runtime. Learn how multiple application contexts can be combined and used to implement your SCA component. An example walks you through SCA annotations used to explicitly declare the SCA services, references, and properties within your Spring bean classes.

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