Modeling with SoaML, the Service-Oriented Architecture Modeling Language, Part 2. Service specification

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Jim Amsden

Date archived: May 13, 2019 | First published: January 14, 2010

In this second article of this five-part series, we continue defining the SOA solution by modeling the specification of each service in detail. These specifications will define service interfaces between consumers and providers of the service. These service interfaces include the provided and required interfaces, the roles that those interfaces play in the service specification, and the rules or protocol for how those roles interact.

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