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Revision as of 10:21, 12 November 2009

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This page provides the entry point for architectural concepts and corresponding discussions.
Note: The information provided here is dynamic and is meant to reflect the current status of the project discussion.

For an introduction, see Whitepaper: Eclipse Swordfish – an Open Source SOA Runtime Framework for the Enterprise (February 2009)

Component Architecture for the Service Registry Plugin

Swordfish supports the connection to different service registries in order to allow dynamic endpoint resolution. This flexibility is realized through the service registry plugin.
A short description of the registry plugin and the diagram sketches for the component architecture of an exemplary implementation can be found here: Service Registry Plugin.

Component Architecture for the Policy Trading Plugin

Swordfish shall support flexible support for policy trading at service resolution. This includes selection of a suitable service provider based on a consumer policy and trading of an agreed policy for service invocation. Here the team provides sketches of the component architecture of an exemplary implementation Policy Trading Plugin.

Component Architecture for the Internal Service Proxy Plugin

Internal Service Proxy.

Design Options for Interceptor Framework

Interceptor Framework.

Further Reading

For further details also have a look at: Swordfish Papers, Articles and Presentations



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