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Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Communication and Networks

Small Language for Service Oriented Computing


Arsalan Ahmed


Due to increase in demand of computation, the service oriented architecture becomes one of the most popular solutions adopted by the business community. Service oriented architecture however is based on the concept of distributed process which may lead to various problems including the partial completion of a process being the most critical. Reliability in SOA implies that if one sub-process from among the set of processes fails, the whole transaction should fail/be put to a halt. On application level, this concept has been implemented through EJB containers managed transactions which uses attributes to define the scope of transactions. ATc gets inspiration from EJB to implement this idea in SOA /SOC. In this paper we propose an interpreter for ATc that comprises of a programming language devised for experimenting the reconfiguration of a service and its changing behavior with a transaction scope. The language features implementation of semantics of processes, services and its testing system. Since ATc is extension of Pi calculus, thus the syntax of ATc language is in Pi calculus notation.

SOC, interpreter, compiler, parser, ATc, Pi calculus

Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Communication and Networks
2015
18-19 December, 2015
London, United Kingdom
Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Communication & Networks (IOARP ICCN 2015)
1 March 2016
9
GDL-ICCN15-012
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