SOA adventures, Part 2, Solve challenges of complex business transactions with the active object model
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Date archived: May 17, 2019 | First published: July 08, 2005
Learn how to use the active object model in Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) as a primary means of designing so-called activity-centered services ? services explicitly geared towards handling well-defined tasks or processes, and that do their job by maintaining the computational state of all applications the specific activity uses. Activity-centered services are foundational building blocks for supporting complex business transactions.
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