By Oscar Cepeda; International Business Machines Corporation.; et al
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In addition, since Java is object-oriented, and therefore based on the principles of re-use, it is easier to build a single enterprise-wide business object model which can address the needs of many IT projects, thus reducing costs. Network Computing Framework 23 • Measure e-business solutions with the traditional IT benchmarks: security, reliability, scalability, manageability. The difference between simple sandbox examples and full scale production lies in the system’s robustness. NCF addresses the fact that the nature of e-business applications dictates that the applications will deployed and managed on a large scale and will be supporting the company’s business process.
Events generated to inform other beans of a change to this bean’s internal state Network Computing Framework 35 By following the design and programming conventions outlined in the JavaBeans specification, JavaBeans developers create beans that can interact with each other (via event notifications) according to an application-specific predefined protocol. Strict adherence to the conventions (outlined in the JavaBeans specification) is what provides the ability for developers to combine beans that come from multiple sources into a single application.
Common schema, defined as a part of this service, enables multiple applications to share the same objects, allowing a single source for data. Meta-directory functions allow synchronization across LDAP and non-LDAP repositories to ensure data integrity and interoperability. LDAP repositories provide the actual storage and retrieval mechanisms for information on the network. Host Integration services are important because much of the world’s most critical data still reside on mainframe systems, such as the S/390.
Designing Java applications for network computers by Oscar Cepeda; International Business Machines Corporation.; et al