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The CORBA Activity Service Framework for supporting extended transactions

I. Houston, M. C. Little, I. Robinson, S. K. Shrivastava, S. M. Wheater
2003 Software, Practice & Experience  
The CORBA Activity Service Framework described in this paper is a way out of this situation.  ...  Through a number of examples the paper shows that the Framework has the flexibility to support a wide variety of extended transaction models.  ...  The Activity Service can be used as a basis of supporting a family of extended transaction models for Web Services.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.512 fatcat:gagcj3nqvrfvfjp4q2nlfspuvi

The CORBA Activity Service Framework for Supporting Extended Transactions [chapter]

Iain Houston, Mark C. Little, Ian Robinson, Santosh K. Shrivastava, Stuart M. Wheater
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The CORBA Activity Service Framework described in this paper is a way out of this situation.  ...  Through a number of examples the paper shows that the Framework has the flexibility to support a wide variety of extended transaction models.  ...  The Activity Service can be used as a basis of supporting a family of extended transaction models for Web Services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45518-3_11 fatcat:bvntkwcs2jdfvmvr6cwvxtydhe

A Comparison Framework for Middleware Infrastructures

Apostolos Zarras
2004 Journal of Object Technology  
Based on the proposed framework, we compare CORBA with J2EE and COM+, three of the most widely used infrastructures in both industry and academia.  ...  In this paper, we propose a framework that facilitates the comparison of middleware infrastructures.  ...  THE COMPARISON FRAMEWORK IN ACTION VOL. 3, NO. 5 JOURNAL OF OBJECT TECHNOLOGY 119 Transaction Transparency CORBA comes along with the Object Transaction Service (OTS) [CORBAServices] Table 10 : 10 CORBA  ... 
doi:10.5381/jot.2004.3.5.a2 fatcat:2iz2lq6rurh7fkw3csivisgshy

Constructing reliable distributed communication systems with CORBA

S. Maffeis, D.C. Schmidt
1997 IEEE Communications Magazine  
This paper describes a CORBA-based framework that uses the Virtual Synchrony model to support reliable data-and processoriented distributed systems that communicate through synchronous methods and asynchronous  ...  To enable redundancy, active or passive replication should be supported by the communication system used to run distributed applications.  ...  In this paper we recommend extending the CORBA model to support the Virtual Synchrony model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.565656 fatcat:wwy3adoxijfnxofeumuc6iicv4

A Framework for Distributed Information Management in the Virtual Enterprise: The Vega Project [chapter]

Alain Zarli, Patrice Poyet
1999 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Acknowledgments The authors thank all the partners for their collaboration within VEGA,  ...  When dealing with transactions within CORBA-based frameworks, a natural choice for distributed transactions is the OTS (Object Transaction Service).  ...  Moreover, COAST activities are to be transactional, supporting safe information sharing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35577-1_19 fatcat:jh3oryclsjdqhd2mra5cepdvju

Experiences from Building Service and Object Replication Middleware

Johannes Osrael, Lorenz Froihofer, Karl M. Goeschka
2007 Sixth IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA 2007)  
However, if the success of service oriented computing shall continue in critical settings, replication middleware will play a crucial role in service oriented infrastructures.  ...  Thus, we contribute with a discussion of our experiences in building distributed object and service replication middleware and present the main lessons learned.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been partially funded by the European Community under the FP6 IST project DeDiSys (Dependable Distributed Systems, contract number 4152, www.dedisys.org).  ... 
doi:10.1109/nca.2007.21 dblp:conf/nca/OsraelFG07 fatcat:6dmhjs6fijez7nqkvgaxp7vwcm

DEVELOPING DISTRIBUTED SERVICES USING AN ASPECT ORIENTED MODEL DRIVEN FRAMEWORK

ARNOR SOLBERG, DEVON SIMMONDS, RAGHU REDDY, ROBERT FRANCE, SUDIPTO GHOSH, JAN ØYVIND AAGEDAL
2006 International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems  
The framework facilitates composition of pervasive services with enterprise services at various levels of abstraction.  ...  Specifying transformations for pervasive system services that are tangled with other system services is particularly difficult because the elements to be transformed are distributed across a model.  ...  We are also working with more case studies involving different middleware to further investigate the feasibility of the approach.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218843006001487 fatcat:lo7vfkhj6zgb3dfc4xpwj6kc2a

Strategies for Integrating Messaging and Distributed Object Transactions [chapter]

Stefan Tai, Isabelle Rouvellou
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Distributed object middleware aims to support both models by providing messaging and transaction services.  ...  But while the concept of distributed object transactions is well-understood, support for messaging in distributed object environments is still in its early stages, and not nearly as readily perceived.  ...  Both is not defined and supported with CORBA and CORBA Messaging. The problems described for CORBA unshared transactions apply to message processing transactions in general.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45559-0_16 fatcat:3xfxccotwzfizi3iuoykxev67m

Experiences with Business Object-Based Workflow Support [chapter]

Alexander Schill, Christian Mittasch
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
Particular emphasis is dedicated to the use of business objects and also to the integration of services such as naming, events and transactions.  ...  Currently, the OMG standardises business objects as a paradigm for encapsulating components of business functionality.  ...  Moreover, selected interactions within a workflow should also be embedded into transactions, making use of the CORBA transaction service.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_26 fatcat:kpo4atkqqva3xe5mghcvwn2soa

Middleware services for web service compositions

Anis Charfi, Mira Mezini
2005 Special interest tracks and posters of the 14th international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '05  
WS-* specifications cover a variety of issues ranging from security and reliability to transaction support in web services. However, these specifications do not address web service compositions.  ...  The main components of our framework are the process container, the middleware services and the deployment descriptor.  ...  IMPLEMENTATION The drawback of the EJB or CORBA component models is that the set of supported middleware services is predefined and cannot be extended easily.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1062745.1062904 dblp:conf/www/CharfiM05 fatcat:6dqyzmkzbncptar3wrlhyerf6a

Business-to-business interactions: issues and enabling technologies

B. Medjahed, B. Benatallah, A. Bouguettaya, A.H.H. Ngu, A.K. Elmagarmid
2003 The VLDB journal  
The ubiquity and the affordability of the Web has made it possible for the masses of businesses to automate their B2B interactions.  ...  Business-to-Business (B2B) technologies pre-date the Web. They have existed for at least as long as the Internet.  ...  The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00778-003-0087-z fatcat:mmw2g7tzbbeqjak3ck7slt43gu

The IRules Project [chapter]

Susan D. Urban, Suzanne W. Dietrich, Yinghui Na, Ying Jin, Amy Sundermier, Akash Saxena
2003 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The IRules approach is unique in that it addresses the language and semantic framework needed in the context of software component models for the effective use of rules in distributed environments.  ...  components or on higher-level application transactions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research has been supported by NSF Grant No. IIS-99782!7.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35658-7_16 fatcat:3r4muulvcjeefiac4xyioadti4

Distributed component architectures security issues

Giorgos Gousios, Efthimia Aivaloglou, Stefanos Gritzalis
2005 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
Component architectures are the base for building such multi-tier, distributed applications.  ...  This paper examines the security threats those systems must confront and the solutions proposed by the major existing component architectures.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank Athanassios Vambakas (MSC Consultant) for his help and positive criticism on writing the .NET section.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.csi.2004.08.003 fatcat:nh2y5dvwqzewhj3hv5enlrqchi

An architecture for viewpoint environments based on OMG/CORBA

Wolfgang Emmerich
1996 Joint proceedings of the second international software architecture workshop (ISAW-2) and international workshop on multiple perspectives in software development (Viewpoints '96) on SIGSOFT '96 workshops -  
We review di erent infrastructures that could be deployed for tool integration and argue that the OMG CORBA architecture provides the best support for achieving heterogeneity and distribution.  ...  One of the major goals of the Viewpoint framework is to allow for heterogeneous and distributed implementation of viewpoint-based tools.  ...  The CORBA transaction service provides a framework for implementing a two-phase commit protocol which features atomicity of distributed and possibly nested transactions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/243327.243662 fatcat:ptpyenv72ffvvafvgumlpbbrui

Security requirements and solutions in distributed Electronic Health Records [chapter]

B. Blobel
1997 Information Security in Research and Business  
For the different middleware architectures used in healthcare as EDI (HL7, EDIFACT), CORBA or DHE, the architectural principles and security solutions are shortly described in the paper.  ...  Medical information systems integrated into the care processes must be able to support that communication and co-operation adequately, representing an active and distributed Electronic Health Record (EHR  ...  The CORBA services are separated into • low level services • common object services providing common functions for data handling (e.g. naming or transaction and time management), • advanced services •  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35259-6_31 fatcat:mtp35hm44bhbzjihle25przoje
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