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Web service interface definition extension

From: David Johnson <david.c.johnson@imperial.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2004 11:59:18 -0000
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Having thought about this for some time already, I was wondering if there is
any work in the SWS spec targetted towards sharing/re-using/extending
existing service interfaces? For example, building infrastructure into
development tools for discovering service interfaces (maybe from a purpose
built registry or from existing services) at design-time would be very
helpful in re-using/extending existing interfaces and thus reducing the
amount of dynamic semantic discovery needed across similar services. This
may be applied best inside a company and even extended to include discovery
of common object design for OO programming across different
groups/departments within one business.

Regards,
Dave Johnson
Received on Monday, 8 March 2004 06:58:45 UTC

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