SOA programming model for implementing Web services, Part 5, Service-oriented user interfaces

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Stefan Hepper, Stefan Liesche, and Marcia Stockton

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: August 09, 2005

A service-oriented programming model can simplify the development of program-to-human interactions by abstracting interfaces, standardizing messages, and aggregating independent information sources at the presentation layer under the control of a user or administrator. This fifth article in the series on the programming model for IBM's SOA covers services that are user facing and, as well as services provided by users through the Human Task Manager. Previous articles in this series introduced a language-neutral data access and programming model for Web services based on service-oriented architecture (SOA) concepts.

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Zone=SOA and web services, Java development
ArticleTitle=SOA programming model for implementing Web services, Part 5: Service-oriented user interfaces