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A Tool for the Web Service Agents Automatic Generation

Author: ZhangJianHua
Tutor: ChenPing
School: Xi'an University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course: Computer Software and Theory
Keywords: Service Agent Meta-information Makefile Python extension
CLC: TP311.52
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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Abstract


Web Service technology is the mainstream technology of enterprise application integration . It provides a consistent programming model in enterprise information systems , both inside and outside can make use of a common infrastructure , and can adopt a common , the incremental application integration . Typically, existing tools integrated to achieve through their writing to transpose the code ie Service Agent (Service Agnet) method , however, in the case of known development tools used technology written transpose code is similar to the . If every time when the same type of tool is integrated by programmers to hand- write swapping code , it will increase the number of repetitive work . The goal of this study is to address the problem , the study of existing tools integrated approach , on this basis , according to the requirements involved in the research project , proposed and implemented service agent generates an implementation of automation solutions . The thesis studies the theory and technology of Web Service and Service Agent automatically generated to automatically compiled on the basis of the existing research as the main technical route , the use of common the pending integration tools used in the development of technology , and make as automatic compilation tools , service Agent automatically generated the tool (Repace Center Service Agent Tool, RCSAT) architecture design and implementation ( the framework is divided into several levels ) control functions and information layer , is given in accordance with the idea of layered paper also realize its a generator , and through the actual test case of a background project , RCSAT functionality test . Finally, the current work is summarized , and the future direction of the work and gives some suggestions .

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