Designing services

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Designing services" focuses on Web service implementation issues and standards.

Book description:
There are a number of implementation issues 'above' the standards. In this chapter, several of these are discussed, including topics like designing for reuse and error handling. You may or may not elect to follow the recommendations, but the issues discussed are important and should receive careful attention. If you are an application developer or a service author, this is the most important chapter for you.

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This was first published in June 2008

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