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Service vs. Web Service

  • What is it?
    • A clear distinction between Services and Web Services.
    • A Web Service is a computational entity that is able to provide some functionality to the user by invoking it.
    • A service is the actual value provided by the invocation.
  • Why is it important?
    • Although services are what counts for the consumers their value may be subjective and context-dependent.
    • A SWS framework should provides means to describe Web Services.
  • What is expected from the framework?
    • A framework should be designed as a means to describe Web Services and not to replace services.
    • Actual value is provided by Web Service invocations.

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