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Implementing Entity Services using NoSQL – Part 4: Java EE

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Now that I have prepared a skeleton contract-first web-service and created a data access layer using Ektorp and CouchDB, it’s time to wire them together into a fully working entity service. To do this I’m going to use Java EE and Glassfish 3.1. It’s worth noting at this point that it’s not strictly necessary that I use Java EE at ...

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How to build a DIY Service Repository

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Every Jedi faces the moment in their life when their Lightsaber simply fails to perform as expected and he or she has bite the bullet and build a better one. Not being a Jedi I clearly have no use for a Lightsaber, but I did have a recurring irritation in the form of the service registries and repositories. These tools ...

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Top 5 SOA gotchas and how to avoid them

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After 5 years of designing and building award winning service oriented architectures, I thought I’d share my top 5 SOA gotcha’s and some general hints on how you can avoid them in your SOA programme. 1. Failure to recognise that Service-Orientation is about design (and not about technology). Service-orientation is to web services what object orientation is to Java, C# ...

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Teaser: Bare-knuckle SOA

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I’m working on this idea, and I don’t know if it appeals to you guys. I’d like your input on whether this is something to explore further. Here’s the deal: I’ve encountered teams who, when working with SOA technologies have been dragged into the mud by the sheer complexity of their tools. I’ve only seen this in Java, but I’ve ...

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SOA example application

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SOA describes a set of patterns for creating loosely coupled, standards-based business-aligned services that, because of the separation of concerns between description, implementation, and binding, provide a new level of flexibility. Service Oriented Architecture terminology has spread in recent years, at least among people who were involved in most of the Information Technology activities. The guidelines suggested by this methodology ...

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