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Weaving aspects into web service orchestrations
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  • Authors:
    Courbis C, Finkelstein A
  • Publisher:
    IEEE Computer Society Press
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  • Book title:
    3rd IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2005) Orlando, Florida
  • Notes:
    Weaving aspects into web service orchestrations 54533 Imported via OAI, 7:29:01 9th Jul 2005
Web Service orchestration engines need to be moreopen to enable the addition of new behaviours intoservice-based applications. In this paper, we illus-trate how, in a BPEL engine with aspect-weaving ca-pabilities, a process-driven application based on theGoogle Web Service can be dynamically adapted withnew behaviours and hot-fixed to meet unforeseen post-deployment requirements. Business processes (the ap-plication skeletons) can be enriched with additional fea-tures such as debugging, execution monitoring, or anapplication-specific GUI.Dynamic aspects are also used on the processesthemselves to tackle the problem of hot-fixes to longrunning processes. In this manner, composing a WebService ?on-the-fly? means weaving its choreography in-terface into the business process.
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