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The creation of services is a complex activity that involves several tasks. Furthermore, this complexity is augmented by the fact that supporting service creation environments are technology-specific. Consequently a technology-independent approach and framework are required to generate service creation environments and drive service creation. In this paper, the authors present such an approach and a generic framework for supporting service creation. The approach realizes service creation via the phases of: domain specific language definition, model definition and validation, model-to-model transformation and model-to-code generation. Each phase maps to a corresponding phase in service creation starting from service analysis to service implementation.
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