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Service-oriented Mediation with jABC/jETI

  • Christian Kubczak
  • Tiziana Margaria
  • Bernhard Steffen
  • Ralf Nagel
Part of the Semantic Web And Beyond book series (ADSW, volume 8)

This chapter shows how we solved the Mediation task in a model driven, service oriented fashion using the jABC framework for model driven development and its jETI extension for seamless integration of remote (Web) services. In particular we illustrate how atomic services and orchestrations are modelled in the jABC, how legacy services and their proxies are represented within our framework, and how they are imported into our framework, how the mediator arises as orchestrations of the testbed's remote services and of local services, how vital properties of the Mediator are verified via model checking in the jABC, and how jABC/jETI orchestrated services are exported as Web services. Besides providing a solution to the mediation problem, this also illustrates the agility of jABC-based solutions, which is due to what we call eXtreme Model Driven Design, a new paradigm that puts the user process in the center of the development and the application expert in control of the process evolution.

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Model Check Service Composition Global Constraint Execution Context Atomic Service 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christian Kubczak
  • Tiziana Margaria
    • Bernhard Steffen
    • Ralf Nagel

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