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Web services oriented transactions using partial dependencies

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2 Author(s)
Logothetis, R. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci. & Comput. Eng., Latrobe Univ., Melbourne, Vic. ; Jinli Cao

A Web service is the integration of homogenous services in order to complete a specific service. It is important to develop compositions in order to create a simple environment for business transactions where a single Web service can be used to complete many services. A Web service that is used for business transactions must be organized where the user does not need to repeatedly enter the same data in order to complete a transaction. The composition must be structured so that data, derived from user input and committed transactions, is passed to the related services that assist in the customizing of the Web service for the individual user. This research is to improve the transaction processing for Web services by focusing on the composition of Web services to provide the automation of Web services. The user can complete many services from a single Web site with minimal interaction to obtain the optimized service. A structured composition approach is proposed. This allows the composition to function appropriately with transaction scheduling Web Net was created to resolve the issue of compositions at the application level where all the single services are accessed and integrated to form one complete service

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Information and Communications Technology, 2005. Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society: ITI 3rd International Conference on

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5-6 Dec. 2005