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Welcome to the ws-success PBwiki!


This is a wiki for capturing and refining success stories about implementing distributed systems with technologies that follow ws-* standards (SOAP, WSDL, etc.)


Please feel encouraged to capture your success stories here or contribute to the stories that may already be here by adding your experience with an existing story, technology, or standard that may be part of that success.


Feel free to leave questions about the stories too, but please respect the content that may already be in place. Don't edit someone else's story unless you are contributing to a faithful rendering of a common experience.


If there are any success stories here the page links should be listed immediately below this paragraph between the horizontal lines. See the information further below for adding a page for a new success story, or for editing existing pages and other features of this wiki.

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