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Table Of Contents

1Scope
2Conformance
3Normative References
4Terms and Definitions (informative)
5Additional Information
5.1 How to Read this Specification
5.2 Acknowledgements
6SoaML UML Profile
6.1 Introduction to SoaML
6.1.1 On Service and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
6.1.2 Supporting both an IT and a Business Perspective on SOA
6.1.3 Supporting both a Contract and an interface based approach to SOA
6.1.4 Supporting both Top down and bottom-up development for SOA
6.1.5 Key Concepts of Basic Services
6.2 Use of the Simple Interface to Define Participants
6.2.1 Interface based SOA
6.2.1.1 Specifying the choreography
6.2.1.2 Use of the service interface to define Participants
6.2.2 Key Concepts of the Services Architecture
6.2.3 Service Contracts and Contract based SOA
6.2.4 Example of Contract based SOA
6.2.4.1 Use of the service contract to define participants
6.2.4.2 Use of “Service” and “Request” (Alternative)
6.2.4.3 Multi-Party Service Contracts
6.2.4.4 Participant ports in support of the multi-party service contract
6.2.4.5 Adapting Existing Services
6.2.4.6 Defining a ServiceContract for a simple interface
6.2.4.7 Showing how participants work together
6.2.4.8 Services Architecture for a Participant
6.2.5 Capability
6.2.5.1 Capabilities represent an abstraction of the ability to affect change
6.2.6 Business Motivation
6.3 The SoaML Profile of UML
6.4 Stereotype Descriptions
6.4.1 Agent
6.4.2 Attachment
6.4.3 Capability
6.4.4 Consumer
6.4.5 Collaboration
6.4.6 CollaborationUse
6.4.7 Expose
6.4.8 MessageType
6.4.9 Milestone
6.4.10 Participant
6.4.11 Port
6.4.12 Property
6.4.13 Provider
6.4.14 Request
6.4.15 ServiceChannel
6.4.16 ServiceContract
6.4.17 ServiceInterface
6.4.17.1 Semantic Variation Points
6.4.18 Service
6.4.19 ServicesArchitecture
7.3.5 RAS Placeholders
8.3 Class and Stereotype Descriptions
8.3.1 MotivationElement
Annex A: Relationship to OASIS Services Reference Model
Annex C: Purchase Order Example with Fujitsu SDAS/SOA
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Service oriented architecture Modeling Language (SoaML) Specification

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Service oriented architecture Modeling
Language (SoaML) Specification
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Language (SoaML) Specification

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