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How to loosely couple modules in service oriented architecture

We're developing a total solution, and we've chosen service-oriented architecture to loosen subsystems. However, now we have a problem. When customer orders something, Order Subsystem is responsible ...
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How do I reduce the number of WCF config files in a SOA?

After embracing the whole SOA thing, I've found that I'm gradually drowning in a sea of web.config and app.config files. As an example, one system has 2 services that it interacts with. Each service ...
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How do you keep SOA DRY?

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Why should I use interfaces if the implementation will mostly stay the same? [duplicate]

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