Exploring the WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack for SCA, Part 5, Protocol bindings for Service Component Architecture services

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Chao Beck, Mark Coats, and Stephen Kinder

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | Last updated: November 2009|First published: April 01, 2009

Part 5 of this series on the IBM® WebSphere® Application Server V7 Feature Pack for SCA describes the SCA (Service Component Architecture) bindings that are available for wiring together different SCA components. Bindings define the transport/protocol access mechanism for SCA services and references, making it possible for the choice of protocol to be independent from the application programming interface. The three binding types supported by the Feature Pack for SCA are default, Web services, EJB, and JMS bindings. Part 1 of this series provides an overview of SCA bindings within the SCA assembly model.

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