Corba data -> XML
graham.moore at dpsl.co.uk
Tue Sep 22 19:34:03 BST 1998
I have implemented a distributed object system that used XML for object
migration and distributed messaging.
There is only a small amount of meta data (DTD definition) required to drive
such a system. The kind of thing you scribbled may need a few refinements
but is essentially all that is required. In addition to a dynamic invocation
If one takes the view that the Object and thus it's serialised form (the
XML) IS the message / operation then it all just falls out.
As a general point it would be good to see XML become the standard for
object serialisation / migration and distributed messaging. Consider how
JINI / distributed services in general could become more open if all the
services, and calls were not only described in XML but could be invoked
using "XML Messaging".
gdm at dpsl.co.uk
scheme / XML : the instance is the code
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