A Conversation Preference Profile for Web Services in Mobile Environment

  • Lee Kang-Chan (Protocol Engineering Center, ETRI) ;
  • Lee Won-Suk (Protocol Engineering Center, ETRI) ;
  • Jeon Jong-Hong (Protocol Engineering Center, ETRI) ;
  • Lee Seung-Yun (Protocol Engineering Center, ETRI) ;
  • Park Jong-Hun (Digital Interactions Lab. of Dept of Industrial Engineering, Seoul National University)
  • Published : 2006.03.01

Abstract

Recently Web Services choreography working group of W3C has published the working draft on WSCDL (Web Services Choreography Description Language) version 1.0 which defines reusable common rules to govern the ordering of exchanged messages between Web Services participants. This paper considers a computing environment where mobile clients are interacting with Web Services providers based on a WSCDL specification. In order to effectively cope with the user and device mobility of such an environment, in this paper we present an ongoing work to develop a framework through which a mobile client can specify its preference on how conversation should take place. The proposed framework provides a flexible means for mobile clients to minimize the number of message exchanges while allowing them to adhere to the required choreography.

Keywords

Web Services;Choreography;Preferences;Mobile Web Services

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