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Asset Scoping. Identification of Reusable Software Components

Defining Service Components
: Bayer, J.; Lehner, T.; Muthig, D.

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Created on: 21.11.2006

Kaiserslautern, 2006, VII, 19 pp.
IESE-Report, 125.06/E
Reportnr.: 125.06/E
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IESE ()
PESOA; scoping; service-oriented application; service component

Software systems provide to their users a number of accessible services. For service-oriented applications the services an application provides to its users are the major driver for understanding the requirements on the application and also for developing it. A service-oriented application can then be specified by selecting required services. The application is realized by combining all required services using a service-oriented architecture that maps services to software components.
The goal of the PESOA project is to design and implement a platform for families of related service-oriented applications. The envisioned platform is used to manage process variants for families of service-oriented applications and to enable the process-based instantiation of such service-oriented application families.
The goal of asset scoping is to define techniques for the development and adaptation service components. Service components are components that can be deployed on a platform for families of related service-oriented applications and that provide a number of services. Using processes the different services that are provided by the service components deployed on the PESOA platform are combined.

1 Introduction S.1-2
- 1.1 Project Context S.1
- 1.1.1 Goal S.1
- 1.2 Outline S.2
2 Service-Oriented Applications S.3-5
- 2.1 Services S.3
- 2.2 Service-Oriented Architecture S.3-5
3 Service Components S.6
Table of Contents S.7-17
- 3.1 Service Model S.8-11
- 3.1.1 Service Specification S.8-10
- 3.1.2 Service Realization S.11
- 3.2 Scoping Service Components S.12-15
- 3.3 Service Component Model S.15-17
- 3.3.1 Service Component Specification S.15
- 3.3.2 Service Component Realization S.16-17
4 Conclusion and Outlook S.18
References S.19