Web Services Resource Framework (WSRF) is a specification that extends web services for grid applications by giving them the ability to retain state information while at the same time retaining statelessness (using resources). The combination of a web service and a resource is referred to as a WS-Resource. WSRF is a collection of different specifications that manage WS-Resources.
This framework comprises mechanisms to describe views on the state (WS-ResourceProperties), to support management of the state through properties associated with the Web service (WS-ResourceLifetime), to describe how these mechanisms are extensible to groups of Web services (WS-ServiceGroup), and to deal with faults (WS-BaseFaults).
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- Container, LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), MPI (The Message Passing Interface), operation provider, ResourceHome, SLO (Service Level Objective), SOAP, SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), Web Services Notification (WSN)
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