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Give me three examples of how you would use SOA simple object architecture in C#.
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I am still lost?
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have you read them?
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These are just for web services? How does this work?
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No, SOA is a broader concept,  is not just for web services, could be any kind of service you can deliver over the net. have a look to this explanation:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Service-oriented_architecture
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So this is used for architecture of messages over different systems?
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yes, it could be system independent, as far you stick to some standard (like SOAP, CORBA) or design your own.
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But primary used for design of messaging correct?
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I understand what u mean. CORBA was used in the old days with Visual C++.
to transfer from one platform to another. messaging.

In your own words SOA is what?
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I mean in a nutshell.
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SOA is a distributed system architecture, where distributed components operate as service providers or service consumers, the protocol used to send/receive messages could be any:
SOAP, .Net Remoting, CORBA, DCOM, and even email!!!
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Excellent Excellent job!!!!
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Gave a fantastic definition of SOA.
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