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Lessons Learned from Implementing WS-Coordination and WS-AtomicTransaction

Ivan Silva Neto, Francisco Reverbel
2008 Seventh IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science (icis 2008)  
Such service builds upon XActor, a distributed transaction manager that supports an open-ended set of transports, and enhances it with full support for atomic transactions over Web services.  ...  This paper presents the design and implementation of a transaction service that complies with the WS-Coordination and WS-AtomicTransaction standards.  ...  Transaction-aware Web services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icis.2008.75 dblp:conf/ACISicis/NetoR08 fatcat:bdfospt5sjds5hzqrrudmekju4

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Michael P. Papazoglou
2012 World wide web (Bussum)  
engaging in business transactions that are composed of interacting web services.  ...  We also present a taxonomy of e-business transaction features such as unconventional atomicity criteria, the need for support for business conversations and the need for distinguishing between three basic  ...  Participants in a BT become context-aware by the transaction via receiving a message that carries the transaction context. Initially only the initiator is context-aware.  ... 
doi:10.1023/a:1022308532661 fatcat:22gldyknpzck7cc7olfmmb6kum

Towards Distributed Atomic Transactions over RESTful Services [chapter]

Guy Pardon, Cesare Pautasso
2011 REST: From Research to Practice  
This chapter's contribution to this debate is threefold: we define a business case for transactions in REST based on the Try-Cancel/Confirm (TCC) pattern; we outline a very light-weight protocol that guarantees  ...  Our TCC for REST approach minimizes the assumptions made on the individual services that can be part of a transaction and does not require any extension to the HTTP protocol.  ...  Thus the services become aware of participating in a transaction and must carry the burden of maintaining such context.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-8303-9_23 fatcat:kbmqn4fwubfvffe2giodqwswai

How Can Transactional Semantics Enhance the Commit Rate of Context-aware Service Composition in Advanced Pervasive Systems?

Widad Ettazi, Driss Riane, Mahmoud Nassar
2021 International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT  
Context-aware composition of services exhibiting transactional properties poses several challenges.  ...  Compositions of services displaying transactional properties must be dynamically adapted at run time to cope with context fluctuations.  ...  In [16] , the authors proposed to integrate business transaction recovery workflows and the concept of context-awareness.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijes.v9i4.25919 fatcat:da5ctakmlzgcpn2qjq4jmqnlci

Privacy and Recovery in Composite Web Service Transactions

Rattikorn Hewett, Phongphun Kijsanayothin
2010 International Journal for Infonomics  
In particular, we propose an intelligent semiautomated privacy-aware approach to efficiently building an appropriate composite web service along with a recovery mechanism to provide protection against  ...  By using privacy-aware contingency and various types of compensation, the recovery mechanism provides potentials to maximize forward recovery from failed transaction services.  ...  Service recovery models are developed in the context of workflow transactions and business processes [14, 19] .  ... 
doi:10.20533/iji.1742.4712.2010.0026 fatcat:25vcm2hdhrfbna3euqyaulhffa

An Approach to Support Monitoring and Recovery of BPEL Processes at Runtime

Kaouthar Boumhamdi, Zahi Jarir
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The dynamic composition of Web service can be modeled as a service oriented workflow.  ...  Also, it proposes an implementation of our proposed architecture to ensure a better QoS of the composed Web service.  ...  To identify the Web services that are responsible for a failed business process is important for e-business applications.  ... 
doi:10.5120/6079-8202 fatcat:kvaldf3v3ng73hsxofvy4pmevm

Survey on Web Services Fault Tolerance Approaches Based on Checkpointing Mechanisms

M. Vargas-Santiago, S. E. Pomares-Hernandez, L. A. Morales Rosales, H. Hadj-Kacem
2017 Journal of Software  
Complex business processes are based on Web services composition (WSC). Services composition dramatically reduces the cost and risks of building new business applications.  ...  We introduce a novel taxonomy for fault tolerant mechanisms that groups existing works according to integration approaches, fault types and modes of recovery.  ...  recovery [35] ; nevertheless, there is a need for a new and specific study to classify and give a taxonomy in the realm of fault tolerant Web services that apply checkpointing mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.17706/jsw.12.7.507-525 fatcat:g2nj52qkbzbtrnnkpoaiwr5xji

Dependability in the Web Services Architecture [chapter]

Ferda Tartanoglu, Valérie Issarny, Alexander Romanovsky, Nicole Levy
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Web services architecture is expected to play a prominent role in developing next generation distributed systems.  ...  More specifically, it surveys base fault tolerance mechanisms, considering both backward and forward error recovery mechanisms, and shows how they are adapted to deal with the specifics of the Web in the  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Marie-Claude Gaudel and Brian Randell for their helpful comments and discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45177-3_4 fatcat:aztsmenhavgx5ixj3ikvo7fpre

Architecting dependable systems

Rogério de Lemos, Cristina Gacek, Alexander Romanovsky
2006 Journal of Systems and Software  
The Web services architecture is expected to play a prominent role in developing next generation distributed systems.  ...  More specifically, it surveys base fault tolerance mechanisms, considering both backward and forward error recovery mechanisms, and shows how they are adapted to deal with the specifics of the Web in the  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Marie-Claude Gaudel and Brian Randell for their helpful comments and discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2006.04.008 fatcat:fy4xsss67zg63bfwibd4e2xs24

A Business-Aware Web Services Transaction Model [chapter]

Mike P. Papazoglou, Benedikt Kratz
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To remedy this situation, this paper proposes a business aware Web services transaction model and support mechanisms.  ...  Although such business functions drive transactional applications between trading partners they are completely external to current Web services transaction mechanisms as they are only expressed as part  ...  In this environment there is a clear need for advanced business applications to coordinate multiple Web services into a multi-step business transaction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11948148_29 fatcat:jhbdx3gylfcerezy6ozku2phee

Web services technology in support of business transactions

Michael P. Papazoglou, Benedikt Kratz
2007 Service Oriented Computing and Applications  
To remedy this situation, this paper proposes a business-aware Web services transaction model and support mechanisms, which is driven by common business functions.  ...  Although such business functions drive transactional applications between trading partners they are completely external to current Web services transaction mechanisms and are only expressed as part of  ...  for business transactions employing Web services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11761-007-0002-3 fatcat:s35chdmbezajlcnrap2nrth3x4

2013 Annual Index

2014 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
The Author Index contains the primary entry for each item, listed under the first author's name.  ...  Model for Interacting Context-Aware Web Services; TSC July-September A Methodology for Evolving E-Contracts Using Templates. Radha Krishna, inary Investigation.  ...  Systems: A Survey and the Services-Aware Simulation Framework; TSC October-De-cember 2013 443-456 Song, Ying, Sun, Yuzhong, and Shi, Weisong, A Two-Tiered On-Demand Re-source Allocation Mechanism for  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2014.5 fatcat:hagb3a6lhbae5kazafxvqcwxl4

A Smart Proxy for a Next Generation Web Services Transaction

Sunam Pradhan, Arkady Zaslavsky
2007 6th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS 2007)  
In this paper, we propose and describe sProxy -smart proxy, a software tool in Web Services transaction. sProxy acts as a gateway between transaction management systems and Web Services which implements  ...  Our proposed model supports relaxation of traditional ACID properties with existing commit and recovery protocols. The model works on non-ACID type of transactions which encapsulates Web Services.  ...  Introduction Web Services are an emerging technology for next generation Internet, which is a solution for current business needs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icis.2007.44 dblp:conf/ACISicis/PradhanZ07 fatcat:qlnxawq6jfct5byhrmnb2hl6p4

Requirement's for Proposed Frameworks for Secure Ecommerce Transactions

Kenneth Longo, Zaipuna O.
2017 Communications on Applied Electronics  
This study proposes the best set of criteria for evaluating a secure framework that are to support eCommerce with security requirements analysis and elicitation, based upon the construction of a context  ...  security requirements for eCommerce transactions.  ...  Web Services are used to implement service-oriented architectures. In a eCommerce transaction, exchanges are typically machine to machine interaction.  ... 
doi:10.5120/cae2017652498 fatcat:6agqzf2bpvaw5eso53jpnjg6am

Context-based Cooperation in Mobile Business Environments

Sonja Zaplata, Christian P. Kunze, Winfried Lamersdorf
2009 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
For this purpose, the concept of mobile processes enables a context-based cooperation of mobile and stationary devices, users and services.  ...  A self-organized and context-aware distribution strategy enables economic and efficient execution of even ad hoc tasks.  ...  process management as well as for transaction handling and security mechanisms have been proposed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-009-0060-5 fatcat:ijhmdffnajcyvg2bmumt26b5ra
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