A RESTful Implementation of the WS-Agreement Specification. Kübert, R., Katsaros, G., & Wang, T. In pages 67-72.
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Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style for distributed systems. RESTful web services have been gaining popularity in the last years. The Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) has been specified as Java Specification Request 311 and is therefore an official part of Java; with the Jersey framework, a robust reference implementation of the specification exists. We examine in how far RESTful web services can fulfill tasks that have been defined as WS-* specifications. In particular, we investigate how a RESTful design and implementation of the WS-Agreement specification can be realized, presenting a light-weight approach to the creation and management of service level agreements.
@inproceedings{ kue11,
  crossref = {wsrest2011},
  author = {Roland Kübert and Gregory Katsaros and Tinghe Wang},
  title = {A RESTful Implementation of the WS-Agreement Specification},
  pages = {67-72},
  doi = {10.1145/1967428.1967444},
  abstract = {Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style for distributed systems. RESTful web services have been gaining popularity in the last years. The Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) has been specified as Java Specification Request 311 and is therefore an official part of Java; with the Jersey framework, a robust reference implementation of the specification exists. We examine in how far RESTful web services can fulfill tasks that have been defined as WS-* specifications. In particular, we investigate how a RESTful design and implementation of the WS-Agreement specification can be realized, presenting a light-weight approach to the creation and management of service level agreements.}
}
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