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Core Service Logic

When a Web service is custom-developed, its underlying components are referred to as core service logic. Typically a fa├žade component spearheads the core service logic by providing the technical interface that is used by runtime processors to translate message data to and from the messaging format supported by the WSDL definition.

The design of core service logic is affected by the application of service-orientation. Service Loose Coupling, Service Autonomy, Service Statelessness, and Service Composability in particular represents design principles that introduce several specific design characteristics into core service logic and its underlying implementation.

Core service logic is also know as business logic.


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