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SOA Design Pattern for Distributing the Object Model in n-tier Applications

  • Syed Fahad Allam Shah
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Abstract

This paper discusses the proposed architecture for distributing the object model (set of user defined classes) across n-tiers when building SOA, Service Oriented Architecture, based applications using WinFX set of technologies that as of now are part of the .NET Framework 3.0 [1]. It presents a qualitative commentary on the architectural issues pertinent to the way a distributed application using WinFX is structured.

Keywords

Design Pattern for Services based architectre Architecture guidelines for Service distribution and mapping Net 3.0 WinFX 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Syed Fahad Allam Shah
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  1. 1.Department of Computer & Information Systems EngineeringNED University of Engineering & TechnologyKarachiPakistan

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