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subroutine,

n the set of instructions necessary to direct the computer to carry out a well-defined mathematical or logical operation; a subunit of a routine.
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ArcanaNetworks also announced the release of their new Service Activation Framework, which builds on the extensible architecture of Provisioneer and provides mechanisms to connect operational tasks together to activate complex services.
True support for distributed JavaBeans events, plus a non-intrusive activation framework, enable objects to integrate with any database.
Attacks based on vulnerabilities in the SOAP activation frameworks.