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Run-Time Monitoring of Instances and Classes of Web Service Compositions

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The run-time monitoring of Web service compositions has been widely acknowledged as a significant and challenging problem. In this paper, we propose a novel solution to the problem of monitoring Web services implemented in BPEL. We devise an architecture that clearly separates the business logic of a Web service from its monitoring functionality. The architecture supports both "instance monitors" that deal with the execution of a single instance of BPEL process, as well as "class monitors" that report aggregated information about all the instances of a BPEL process. We also define a language for the specification of instance and class monitors. The language allows for specifying boolean, statistic, and time-related properties. Finally, we devise a technique for the automatic translation of all these kinds of monitors to Java programs

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2006 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS'06)

Date of Conference:

18-22 Sept. 2006