Pipelines, Policy and Aspects

Posted by: benjaminms blog, on 23 Jun 2004 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

After writing about how WSE 2.0 can use policy and config files to secure web services with no lines of code, I was thinking about how 'magic' it seemed and had an aha! moment when I realised that this demonstrated the power of the Pipes and Filters pattern or aspect-oriented style approaches. I believe that these approaches will play an important role in service-oriented applications in future. Here are some recent quotes that back this up. In...

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