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.NET Web Services: Architecture and Implementation by Keith Ballinger

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Chapter 14. Advanced Messaging:Reliability and Sessions

Customers of web services often request several advanced messaging features. The most requested feature, of course, is message-based security (refer to Chapter 13); however, reliable messaging, sessions, and eventing protocols are also needed.

Reliability includes a continuum of features. The Web service architecture offers several specifications that together can form a reliable messaging architecture. These range from WS-Routing for specifying routes that SOAP messages should take, to specifications for reliability (not yet released as of this writing). This chapter covers features that deliver ...

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