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AW: Request for Comment (RFC)
here are my comments:
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: owner-xmlblaster-devel at xmlBlaster.org
> [mailto:owner-xmlblaster-devel at xmlBlaster.org]Im Auftrag von Marcel Ruff
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 20. Juni 2000 13:19
> An: xmlBlaster Developer
> Betreff: Request for Comment (RFC)
> i would like to change some details in xmlBlaster,
> if anybody likes to comment on it please feel free to do so.
> 1. New/changed package.
> Common helper classes for the server AND
> client classes, as well for the RMI interface
> will reside in the
> instead of
> For example Destination.java, MessageUnit.java etc.
This is very interesting, I thought about this last week.
I fully support this change, because MesssageUnit and Destination are core
and they should be under the engine package.
> 2. Changing CORBA IDL.
> The MessageUnit struct gets a new member 'string XmlQos'
> and the old MessageUnitContainer is removed.
> Calls with seperate MessageUnit and qos arguments
> will only have one MessageUnit argument in future.
> Calls using MessageUnitContainer will be renamed to
> use the new MessageUnit.
Yes, this makes easier to decide which way to use for handling
> The method setClientAttributes() is deprecated
> and will be removed.
> Using the comming a2Blaster (authentication and
> authorization server) we use another interface.
We are working on it and hope to bring up an
first edition soon.
> 3. Changing native interface.
> The native interface (which is used by all protocols
> like RMI, CORBA, XML-RPC) will only have the new
> class, and no CORBA dependency any more.
I hope my comments help you, I think we are on the same stream.
> Marcel Ruff
> ruff at swand.lake.de