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- From: Graham Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Tue, 22 Sep 1998 18:00:34 +0000
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".
scheme / XML : the instance is the code
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