We've already covered Web services a lot here, so I'm not going to dwell on that. UML, as a modeling method and a way to represent an integration domain works just fine. However, UML is more for application development than application integration. Having said that, there is a fit when it comes to modeling Web services, and their use within the enterprise as a composite application
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