|Re: Reusing SCA Service Implementations [message #573265]
||Wed, 01 October 2008 12:02
Originally posted by: atoulme.intalio.com|
anything SCA related should be posted to the SCa newsgroup, that I added
to the to: list of this message.
If your message is both relevant to STP and SCA, you can send a message
to both newsgroups.
I hope it helps.
Michael Gebhart wrote:
> when using the SCA editor to create my service architecture, I can
> easily implement services. I can write a java class and set it as the
> implementation of a component.
> My question is: Can I only use this implementation within a SCA runtime?
> We have a typical application server running and don't wanna provide a
> SCA runtime. But we'd like to use SCA for modeling the architecture.
> Or do we have to manually adapt the implementation that it works within
> a typical WS-compliant java application server?
> Is the SCA way an alternative for the usual web service programming? Is
> it still necessary to write the web services as we have done it before?
> (Using JAX-WS etc.)
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