Domain Sharing

Domain Sharing Domain Sharing consists of a set of Web services, allocated to different project sites, with the purpose of exposing services and component models created to support different business domain rules. The sharing process is straightforward: the project...

DBpedia Based SAWSDL for Semantic Web Services

A. Why SAWSDL[2][9][10]? For describing web services semantically three are different approaches are available namely WSML[4], OWL-S[1], USDL, WSDL-S. Among this all selection of SAWSDL [2] can be justified as follows. • Ontology Independence: As SAWSDL:modelReference...

DBpedia Based SAWSDL for Semantic Web Services

WSDL is one of the most popular ways of describing web services syntactically, but it does not have provision for semantic description of web service. Semantic Technologies are gaining popularity in continuous changing internet anatomy that gives rise to the web3.0....

Test-Driven Development of Service-Oriented Applications

Software-centric systems are increasingly ubiquitous, distributed, multi-platform and multi-component, and built on Web services and similar loosely coupled, standardsbased messaging interfaces. The world is growing increasingly accustomed to and dependent on using...

Web Services for Software Development

Nowadays there exist hundred of modeling tools for applications development. Most of them implement the standard de-facto modeling language UML, but they do not directly support the composition of web services which is one of the predominant activities in service...

EXPLOITING ANNOTATIONS IN TASK MODELING

Annotated services can be integrated seamlessly into a taskdriven development approach by introducing the concept of annotated tasks into task models. An annotated task is a system task that is implemented by an operation of an annotated service. It is created when...

Dynamic Web service generation

To dynamically generate a web service from a component requires knowledge on the language and the platform of the component. There are various tools and technologies available to create web services. The component functionalities may be converted into a web service...

Applying CBD to Web Services

Despite advances in hardware and software technologies, it remains challenging to develop web services software that are correct, efficient, and flexible. Some challenges arise from increasingly demanding end user requirements for it’s quality and functionality. Other...

HYPERTEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE HTML

Short for HyperText Markup Language, is the authoring language used to create documents on the World Wide Web (www). Initially, HTML was designed to publish documents, much like one would publish a journal of articles. HTML defines the structure and layout of a Web...