The goal of the SWS Challenge is to explore the trade-offs of various existing technologies that aim at automation of mediation, choreography and discovery of Web Services. For that reason, the SWS Challenge defines a number of scenarios providing a standard set of problems, based on industrial specifications and requirements. In this paper, we present a model-driven approach for solving the integration problem described in the Purchase Order Mediation scenario of the SWS Challenge. The key feature of our approach is that service models are employed at different abstraction levels to develop end-to-end integration solutions from business requirements to software implementation. Model-driven techniques are used to abstract the integration problem and solution to a higher (platform-independent) level. This way, the problem and solution can be captured in a technology independent manner enabling more active participation of business domain experts.
|Title of host publication||Semantic Web Services Challenge|
|Subtitle of host publication||Proceedings of the 2008 Workshops|
|Place of Publication||Stanford, CA|
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Event||7th Semantic Web Services Challenge Workshop, SWSC 2008 - Karlsruhe, Germany|
Duration: 26 Oct 2008 → 26 Oct 2008
Conference number: 7
|Name||Stanford Logic Group Technical Reports|
|Workshop||7th Semantic Web Services Challenge Workshop, SWSC 2008|
|Period||26/10/08 → 26/10/08|
Quartel, D. A. C., Pokraev, S., Dirgahayu, T., Mantovaneli Pessoa, R., & van Sinderen, M. J. (2009). Model-driven service integration using the COSMO framework. In C. Petrie (Ed.), Semantic Web Services Challenge: Proceedings of the 2008 Workshops (pp. 77-88). (Stanford Logic Group Technical Reports; No. LG-2009-01). Stanford, CA: Stanford University.