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XAML: Transaction Authority Markup Language

Transaction Authority Markup Language (XAML) allows on-line transactions to be coordinated and processed in an XML environment. XAML establishes the XML message formats and interaction models that enable multi-party business-level transactions across the internet.

As business needs are increasingly being met through the integration of Web-based services, there is a growing need for the concept of a transaction at the Web service level. XAML is designed to provide a standard mechanism by which XML Web services can participate in business transactions spanning multiple parties across the Web.

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   ebXML: Electronic Business XML
   JMS: Java Messaging Service / JTA: Java Transaction API
   Security Technologies
   SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol
   UDDI: Universal Description Discovery and Integration
   WebDAV: Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning
   Web Services and WSDL
   XAML: Transaction Authority Markup Language
   XML: eXtensible Markup Language



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