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1, XML (or JSON, for that matter) covers only the syntactic category. The lack of support of XML for higher interoperability levels (viz. at the service interface level) is one of the main sources of complexity in current technologies for integration of applications. In turn, this imposes a significant overhead in message latency and, by extension, velocity. 2 summarizes the main limitations of existing technologies that are particularly relevant for this context. 4 Modelling with Resources and Services Any approach should start with a metamodel of the relevant entities.

New provider specification Provider specification Consumer 23 New provider Compliance X C Y View provider as View consumer as D Conformance Compliance Conformance Compliance A View provider as Z B View consumer as W Conformance New consumer New consumer specification Consumer specification Provider Fig. 6 Resource compatibility, by use and replacement fulfil the expectations of the consumer regarding the effects of a request (including eventual responses), therefore being able to take the form of (to conform to) whatever the consumer expects it to be.

The consumer must satisfy (comply with) the requirements established by the provider to accept requests sent to it, without which these cannot be validated, understood and executed. It is important to note that any consumer that complies with a given provider can use it, independently of having been designed for interaction with it or not. The consumer and provider need not share the same schema. The consumer’s schema needs only to be compliant with the provider’s schema in the features that it actually uses (partial compliance).

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