Preparing for Service-Oriented Computing: A Composite Design Pattern for Stubless Web Service Invocation
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Overview: The ability to dynamically bind to Web services at runtime is becoming increasingly important as the era of Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) emerges. This research paper from University of South Carolina highlights the mitigation of this problem through the application of software design patterns. Specifically, it details how a Web service architectural pattern, based upon the composition of software design patterns, provides for implementations that insulate the application code from the peculiarities of any specific vendors interface.