|Re: SOA application [message #1037373 is a reply to message #1037359]
||Tue, 09 April 2013 13:21
| Vincent Zurczak
Registered: July 2009
Indeed, this is not just about SCA.
SOA is a set of principles, rather than technologies. SOA can be used to build applications, but not only. Personally, I have not build many SOA applications. I worked with SOA in the scope of application integrations (make information systems more flexible, more agile).
SCA is one solution to build SOA applications (a SCA application : components inside, services outside). I do not have a lot of examples for SCA but I know some exists. You should ask SCA runtime platforms for meaningful examples (see Tuscany, FraSCAti or Fabric3).
You can also take a look at some OSGi frameworks, such as iPojo or Declarative Services or BluePrint. The principle is very similar to SCA. It is a way of building applications in a modular and service oriented approach. And in this case, you have a lot of real-world projects.
Eventually, you can do SOA without any specific frameworks. SOA is also and more than anything else, a matter of design. You can choose a framework or a technology that forces a given design. Or you can make your own one.
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