Bracing Techniques when Common Information Model Meets the Message Layer in a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

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Kerard Hogg, Gandhi Sivakumar, and Faried Abrahams

Date archived: January 6, 2017 | First published: April 13, 2009

When leveraging the common information model (CIM) standard for middleware environments, creation of service components requires slicing and adapting the appropriate entities within the CIM. While slicing is normally driven by the business process, adaptation needs to be performed using a special technique termed as the “bracing technique”. In this article we will explore the bracing technique in detail; which in turn will enable service designers to create service interfaces that are highly flexible and easily consumable.

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