SOA Patterns > Foundational Service Patterns > Non-Agnostic Context
Non-Agnostic Context (Erl)
How can single-purpose service logic be positioned as an effective enterprise resource?
Non-agnostic logic that is not service-oriented can inhibit the effectiveness of service compositions that utilize agnostic services.
Non-agnostic solution logic suitable for service encapsulation can be located within services that reside as official members of a service inventory.
A single-purpose functional service context is defined.
Although they are not expected to provide reuse potential, nonagnostic services are still subject to the rigor of serviceorientation.
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Related Service-Oriented Computing Goals
Increased Business and Technology Alignment, Reduced IT Burden