Advanced computer programming : a case study of a classroom by F J Corbató; J W Poduska; J H Saltzer

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48 Smart Client Architecture and Design Guide Designing Connected Smart Client Applications As you design your smart clients, there are a number of recommendations you should consider, including: ● Use coarse-grained, encapsulated messages. ● Avoid distributed ACID transactions. ● Avoid sending datasets across the network. ● Break up large datasets. ● Version your Web services and assemblies. Use Coarse-Grained, Encapsulated Messages Distributed network calls are expensive operations. You should not design your external interfaces in the same fine-grained way you would design local interfaces, or performance will suffer.

Each Windows Form has a default BindingContext object that keeps track of all of the CurrencyManager and PropertyManager objects on the form. The BindingContext object allows you to easily retrieve the CurrencyManager or PropertyManager object for a specific data source. You can assign a specific BindingContext object to a container control (such as a GroupBox, Panel, or TabControl) that contains data-bound controls. Doing so allows each part of your form to be managed by its own CurrencyManager or PropertyManager objects.

1 summarizes the different options for getting connected. 1 illustrates, there are some situations in which Enterprise Services, NET remoting, and Message Queuing may be appropriate technologies for communication between smart clients and the connected resources. However, in most cases, Web services are the best mechanism for connecting smart client applications to services. An architecture built around Web service communication can work well in both a connected and offline environment, with support for coarse-grained, stateless messages that are self-describing and self-contained.

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