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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

WS-Reliable Messaging submitted to OASIS

We recently covered aboutinteroperable ECM standard and my recent meeting with Dr.Patrick Chan of OASIS.The latest version of the Web Services ReliableMessaging (WS-RM) specification,comprising both protocol and policy assertions,has been submitted to the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS) for further refinement and finalization as a Web services standard. Reliable message-based communication can be a vital element to enterprise-critical applications. Reliable messaging includes the ability to ensure that a message exchange has been completed correctly with no messages lost or duplicated. For example, within an order processing system, it is critical for the application to know that all items have been received and none have been duplicated. If a client using this application temporarily loses network connectivity during the course of order submission, reliable messaging ensures that the order is received once and only once. In some applications, it can also be important to know the correct sequencing of messages. The WS-RM protocol, together with the other Web services specifications such as those related to security, policy, transactions and coordination, can help provide a more secure, robust and scalable approach to reliable messaging. This is a good beginning - reliable messaging is the key to more and more web services adoption - with no two different camps here - lets hope the adoption happens quickly.

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