Understanding the Web Services Layer

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Bob Tabor


The last layer we’ll discuss is a Web Services layer — a means of exposing Domain Layer or Application Services Layer functionality to be callable over a network. This is made possible by a series of standards and technologies. We discuss the purpose, role and implementation of this layer.

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