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Could you please explain SOA Architect in Java

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Could you please explain SOA Architect in Java
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I believe this is the best resource to get someone started on true SOA. Navigate to other links on the below page as well.
http://www.soablueprint.com/soa_laws
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SOA is a very wide word. Used by every one, at every occassion, to mean different things!
In Java, SOA could mean a frame work for service orientation, to methodology, pattern or tools used.
Web services provide a simple way to begin your SOA journey!
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