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A comparison of Web services transaction protocols
"A comparative analysis of WS-C/WS-Tx and OASIS BTP"2003 article by Mark Little and Thomas Freund.
article  SOA  WebServices  standard  standards  spec  specs  specification  specifications  WS-Tx  WS-X  BTP  Oasis  WS-* 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Steve: Developing on the Edge - WS-A versions
Steve Lougrham adds another data point against WS-* specs. Following the WS-A multi version fiasco, he says that WSRF 1.0 (final) is dependent on two distinct drafts of WS-Addr...
standard  standards  blog  post  SteveLoughran  spec  specification  specifications  WebServices  WS-*  WSRF  WS-Addressing  WS-A 
july 2006 by rafaeldff
The Ancient Art of Programming » WS-Addressing needs a Phone Book
What's better than one standard increasing complexity in the name of "protocol independence"? Five standars increasing complexity in the name of "protocol independence" (5 incompatible versions actually).
ws-*  ws*  WebServices  WS-Addressing  WS-A  spec  specs  specification  specifications  process  standard  blog  post  ArjenPoutsma 
july 2006 by rafaeldff
Steve: Developing on the Edge - No Jorgen, Mich does know what he is talking about.
Standards whithout a normative test suite (or a perfect formal model) lead to interop problems and "plugfests" do little to mitigate the problem, specially when they are vendor-limited.
blog  post  SteveLoughran  standard  standards  standardization  process  SE  software  SoftwareEngineering  engineering  WebServices  WS-*  plugfest  interop  interoperability  test  testing  formal  formalism  specification  specifications 
july 2006 by rafaeldff

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