Resource-Oriented Architecture for Business Processes

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Provided by: University of New Orleans Fund
Topic: Project Management
Format: PDF
REpresentational State Transfer (REST) is the set of design principles behind the World Wide Web (WWW). REST treats all entities in the world as link connected resources, and supports a Resource-Oriented Architecture (ROA) for the design of applications. REST and ROA are responsible for many of the desirable quality attributes achieved in the WWW, such as loose-coupling (better adaptability) and interoperability. However, many exiting Web-based or Service-Oriented APplications (WSDL/SOAP based) only use WWW/HTTP as a tunneling protocol or abuse URL and POX (Plain Old XML) by encoding method semantics in them.
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