Web Service Choreography Interface (WSCI)
Web Service Choreography Interface (WSCI) is an XML-based language that was initially proposed as a standard for describing web services choreography. WSCI provides a way to describe the interactions between web services in a choreography, including the sequence of messages exchanged and the conditions under which they are exchanged.
WSCI was designed to be used in conjunction with other web services standards, such as Web Services Description Language (WSDL) and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), to provide a complete solution for describing and implementing web services. It was intended to provide a high-level description of the choreography, which could be used by automated tools to generate the lower-level implementation details.
Despite these limitations, WSCI played an important role in the development of web services choreography, and it contributed to the development of other standards in this area. It remains an interesting case study in the evolution of web services standards and the challenges involved in creating a cohesive and interoperable set of technologies.