Runtime Exceptions Handling for Collaborative SOA Applications
For all kinds of computing infrastructure, services have become the important channel to enlarge theirs resource utilization performance. Services computing achieves resource sharing value. Because of the lack of runtime exception handling consideration, collaborative service-based software system often encounters unexplained interrupt and collapse. This paper focuses on the collaborative ability of service-based system, especially in the adjustment mechanism for runtime exception handling. Main contributions: (1) Self-adaptive exception handling architecture for services resource has been built. (2) Runtime collaborative adjustment mechanism has been designed to deal with requirements and context changes. Experiment and empirical analysis for Hainan agricultural E-business platform have been acquired so as to support collaborative SOA with above-mentioned approaches. Combination of theoretical research and empirical validation, the paper tries to provide a technical operational and cost-effective solution with collaborative mechanism and promoting SOA runtime adaptive ability for runtime requirements evolution and exception handling. The solution will provide systematical support to build collaborative SOA.
KeywordsCollaborative SOA Exception handling Runtime
This research has been supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61562024, No. 61463012) and Natural Science Foundation of Hainan Province (No. 20156236).
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