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Service Composability

Service Composability is one of eight design principles that is part of the service-orientation design paradigm.

The official definition for this principle states the following:

"Services are effective composition participants, regardless of the size and complexity of the composition."

Common concepts and terms associated with the application of this principle include:

  • primitive composition
  • complex composition
  • service activities
  • composition controller
  • composition sub-controller
  • designated controller
  • composition member
  • composition initiator
  • composition instance
  • composition member capability
  • point-to-point

For more information, visit Service-Orientation Principles.

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