Demonstration of Web Services' power
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Posted By:   Sudharshan_Govindan
Posted On:   Friday, February 21, 2003 03:03 AM

Hi, We have to give a presentation to our clients on Web Services. Most of the literature on Web Services say that applications hosted as Web Services are better than conventional distributed systems. It also say that "Changes introduced to the Service do not break a Client's ability to use the service". Now changes can be 1.Modification to existing operations/methods 2.Addition of new operations/methods I need a pseudo-code/sample program that demonstrates the flexible and resilient nature of Web Services architecture. That is, a scenario that will fail in conventional distributed systems when changes are    More>>

Hi,



We have to give a presentation to our clients on Web
Services. Most of the literature on Web Services say
that applications hosted as Web Services are better
than conventional distributed systems. It also say
that "Changes introduced to the Service do not break a
Client's ability to use the service". Now changes can be



1.Modification to existing operations/methods

2.Addition of new operations/methods



I need a pseudo-code/sample program that demonstrates
the flexible and resilient nature of Web Services
architecture. That is, a scenario that will fail in
conventional distributed systems when changes are
introduced, WILL work fine when implemented as a Web
Service. Any help will be greatly appreciated and
motivate us to convince our customers of Web Service's
power.



Thanks & regards,

Sudharshan Govindan

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