Web Service Business Context: The Normative Perspective

Web Service Business Context: The Normative Perspective

Olivera Marjanovic (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Copyright: © 2004 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/jwsr.2004040102
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This paper investigates the normative perspective of the Web service business context. The business context includes modeling of the business entities and their relationships, while its normative perspective deals with responsibilities, rights and obligations of both Web service providers and users. The existing literature and practice confirm the gap between the available Web service infrastructure and current understanding of the Web service business context - especially its normative perspective. The paper uses the Web service solution lifecycle to investigate formal modeling of terms and conditions, creation of the normative context for individual Web services as well as composition of Web services and creation and management of the resulting combined normative context. The main objective of this research is to facilitate better understanding of this phenomenon and ultimately initiate development of the new tools for management of the normative aspect both by the service providers and their customers.

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