Engineering Distributed Objects: Second International by Walter Schwarz (auth.), Wolfgang Emmerich, Stefan Tai (eds.)

By Walter Schwarz (auth.), Wolfgang Emmerich, Stefan Tai (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the second one foreign Workshop on Engineering Distributed Objects, EDO 2000, held in November 2000 in Davis, California, USA.
The 15 revised complete papers offered including consultation surveys have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 30 submissions. The publication offers topical sections on middleware choice, source administration, architectural reasoning, dispensed conversation, complex transactions, and repair integration.

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4 Message Brokers must Meet Enterprise Critical Criteria Message brokers should provide businesses with enterprise critical services. In our research we found that, in order to arrive at a conclusive definition of the term mes- 32 Jörn Guy Süß and Michael Mewes sage broker, it is useful to define the "Enterprise Critical Criteria" that must be mapped onto the architecture. In [8] and [9] we use these criteria to examine four commercial products: TIBCO's TIB/MessageBroker, TSI's Mercator, Microsoft's BizTalk Server 2000, and STC's e*Gate.

12 10. Goedicke, G. Neumann, and U. Zdun. Object system layer. In Proceeding of EuroPlop 2000, Irsee, Germany, July 2000. 19 11. G. Neumann and U. Zdun. XOTcl, an object-oriented scripting language. In Proceedings of Tcl2k: The 7th USENIX Tcl/Tk Conference, Austin, Texas, USA, February 2000. 20 12. E. D. Nitto and D. S. Rosenblum. On the role of style in selecting middleware and underware. In Proceedings of the ICSE’99 Workshop on Engineering Distributed Objects, Los Angeles, USA, 1999. 24 13. G.

The middleware, being "invisible" from both the database and the user interface, and therefore outside of the scope of the process owner, often has its design time reduced to deliver project scope functionality more quickly. As a result, interfaces are narrowed to the task the system in question is being built for. Even if there is a consensus to build cross-company reusable interfaces, the results are complex and unwieldy to use and suffer from the inclusion of too much detail as shown by typical “Jack-Knife-Classes” [1].

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