Distributed Infrastructure Support for Electronic Commerce by Hans-Arno Jacobsen

By Hans-Arno Jacobsen

Distributed Infrastructure aid For E-Commerce And dispensed Applications is prepared in 3 components. the 1st half constitutes an outline, a extra specific motivation of the matter context, and a tutorial-like advent to middleware structures. the second one half is created from a collection of chapters that examine suggestions to leverage the trade-off among a clear programming version and application-level enabled source keep watch over. The 3rd a part of this ebook offers 3 distinct dispensed program case reviews and demonstrates how regular middleware structures fail to properly focus on source keep watch over wishes of the appliance clothier in those 3 situations:
-An digital trade framework for software program leasing over the realm extensive internet;
-A distant development power administration process that has been experimentally deployed on numerous construction websites;
-A instant computing infrastructure for effective information move to non-stationary cellular consumers which have been experimentally validated.

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This non-extensibility is a drawback which certainly prevents many users from using CORBA for their distributed application designs. For one, proprietary languages, especially scripting languages, are hard to interface to existing CORBA middleware for the reasons outlined above. Secondly, other, more specialized programming languages, such as, for example, persistent programming languages and business or telecommunications modeling languages, could greatly add to CORBA's character, but are subject to the same problems.

This is mainly due to the lack of a portability interfaces at the ORB-level, not mandated by the platform standard . The often adopted solution to this dilemma is the implementation of a proper ORB (Object Request Broker) for the particular target language and pass crosslanguage invocations via the standardized Inter-ORB protocol to foreign language objects . OLIVETTI and ORACLE RESEARCH LABS (Olivetti and Laboratory, ), for instance, have taken this route, with OMNIORB, to obtain a language interface to PLlSQL.

For the language mapping implementer, however, the following tasks remain to be resolved: 1 Development of a stub-compiler which maps the IDL interface specifications to stubs in the adopted programming language. 2 Interface the stubs with the proprietary middleware platform interfaces. , generated stubs need to link to CORBA implementation code, which might both be written in different languages, following different parameter passing conventions, et cetera. ) From a software engineering point of view, these problems are all simple and well understood.

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