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What does the architecture look like for a Web services application?

A. When we talk about a Web services application, where disparate systems SAP, Siebel, .NET, etc. talk, what does the architecture look like?
B. Do integration server, application server, portal etc come in the architecture?
A. You need a layer of software between your Web service-enabled client and the business applications today, Web services are yet supported. Thus, the architecture is the client talking to the Web services-enabled middleware (e.g., and integration server) which talks to the business application (e.g., SAP, Siebel, etc.).
B. Yes.

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