|From:||William Frank <williamf.frank@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Fri, 27 Apr 2012 22:55:26 -0400|
Yes, I agree that the context of the communication is really the center of the story.
I find that there is an excellent if dusty dry account of context in the Reference Model for open distributed processing, Enterprise Viewpoint, made more accessible in Peter Linngton's Building Enterprise Systems with ODP. Before any SLA's even apply, there is the question of what kinds of rights the requestor might have to make the request, and the obligations of the provider to grant them, and even before that, how the service provider knows the requestor is who he says he is, and whether he has the attributes required to provide the requested service.
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