Service Oriented Architecture

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November 5, 2013

 

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It is a comparison between traditional DOA using the EJB technology and SOA using Web Services. These two technologies were compared on the basis of code size (LOC) and development time. The results show that, as a whole, the subject application was faster to develop using the SOA method. However, the LOC developed with the SOA method was almost twice that developed with the EJB method...
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However, the LOC developed with the SOA method was almost twice that developed with the EJB method. Key Words: SOA, Web Services, EJB, SOA experimentation 1. Introduction The traditional Distributed Object Architecture (DOA) used in building multi-tier Web based applications can reach its limit when highly distributed heterogeneous systems need to interoperate...
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