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> We are using the DOM as a repository for the state of the switch and in
> to share the state, we need to share the dom.
> We could possibly access it from a common file but the only problem with
> accessing from a common
> file is that the file is not going to be static, and at some point there
> will be multiple editors of the file
> so if there is a common file or common location it would have to manage
> updates from all editors
> and also manage passing changes to the multiple listeners, though maybe
> that would make sense to do?
> we could have a common data repository / we could have a central
> repository for the DOM
> that can be attached to JMS MQseries or other JMS queue implementation...
One solution is to use a native XML database that lets multiple users
share DOM trees over the same document. For example, I believe Infonyte
DB does this. For a list of native XML databases, see: