Last post Mar 14, 2010 04:24 AM by DigiMortal
Mar 13, 2010 11:18 AM|studotnet|LINK
I want to create a real-time application. (eg-: stock trading)
First I thought to follow SOA, using WCF but again I found in a blog it is not suitable for real-time systems.
Any idea on this..?
Mar 13, 2010 11:40 PM|sreejukg|LINK
SOA is another programming approach that came after OOPs. In OOPs, it is all based on obects and properties and methods provided by the objects. Later the terminology SOA came in to picture. Here it doesn't describe the objects, but it describes what are
the services provided rather what are the objects in the system. Soa will be useful while integrating different systems. The consumer doesn\t want to know the entire object, instead just know what are the services he/she is wishing to utilize.
SOA is useful in real time applications. It helps 2 diffrents systems to exchange data in real time.
hope this helps
Mar 14, 2010 04:24 AM|DigiMortal|LINK
Well.... it all depends on your requirements. If you need very fast data transfer then you can use simple pages that handle queries and return plain text results. It is a lot faster than SOAP requests and responses and consume less bandwidth. If you want
it to be "correct" and "standardized" then yes, use WCF and get ready to scale it if your service gets more users.