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ReCoIn: A Framework for Dynamic Integration of Remote Services in a Service-Oriented Component Model

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  • Bardia Mohabbati
  • Nima Kaviani
  • Rodger Lea
  • Dragan Gasevic
  • Marek Hatala
  • Michael Blackstock
Publication date11/2009
Host publicationServices Computing Conference, 2009. APSCC 2009. IEEE Asia-Pacific
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-4244-5336-8
ISBN (Print)978-1-4244-5338-2
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Having the notion of services brought into the domain of component based software design has enriched the domain of modular self-contained components with support for loose coupling, dynamic runtime discovery, and late binding. However, loose coupling, runtime discovery, and composition for a service-oriented component model in its current scale mostly applies to homogeneous services that admit to the specifications of the original service component model. This design is in conflict with the initial outlook of SOA in which reusability of existing services is considered a primary goal. In this paper, we discuss ReCoIn, a remote service composition and integration framework, which aims to bring functionalities of traditional Web services into the local repository of a service oriented component model. We discuss how ReCoIn enables remote Web services to be properly discovered, encapsulated, and used in a service oriented component model framework, offering better service reuse and fault tolerance. In this paper, we layout the overall architectural design for ReCoIn and present its initial prototype.