[gang-of-4-patterns] [patterns-discussion] Messaging Design Pattern and transparent access to distributed components
ph1ll1phenry at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 27 17:33:30 CDT 2010
OK, I'll bite.
"As always, we should praise the wisdom of the Designer for the versatility and simplicity of nature’s patterns and beautiful design. "
I'm really not sure this is the forum for religious comments. But, that aside, I looked at the JtInterface and all it is is:
java.lang.Object processMessage(java.lang.Object msg)
This really isn't very useful. Where is the type safety? How am I any richer for implementing what is really a fairly nondescript signature?
From: Messaging Design Pattern <dsheppard2k at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Mon, April 26, 2010 3:27:46 PM
Subject: [patterns-discussion] Messaging Design Pattern and transparent access to distributed components
Dear List members,
Please find enclosed a link to a draft discussing the Messaging Design Pattern and a distributed component model:
Any feedback would be appreciated,
Messaging Design Pattern and transparent access
to distributed components
This paper discusses a
distributed component model based on the messaging design pattern (MDP). This
pattern is utilized to implement transparent and secure access to remote
components in a distributed environment. Our model also demonstrates how
software engineering processes and techniques can be improved by using MDP. For instance, it has been used for the
implementation of Service Oriented Architecture (SAO) and Enterprise Service
Bus (ESB) technologies. At the core of these technologies lies the need for
communication between components and applications. This communication challenge
is exactly the one that MDP targets and solves.
Messaging Design Pattern - http://jt.dev.java.net/files/documents/5553/149438/Messaging.pdf
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