Stefano Puglia, Robert Carter, Ravi Jain
2000 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM conference on Electronic commerce - EC '00  
The WWW has made information and services more available than ever before. Many of the first Web applications have been emulations of real world activities, in particular, e-commerce. But so far, the use of information and services on the Web has been a solitary one. We propose a component-based architecture for collaboration that provides shared navigation of the WWW along with an EJB-based server implementation. As a particular application built on this architecture, we present MultECommerce,
more » ... through which multiple users can participate in virtual shopping trips among multiple shopping sites. MultECommerce features a multi-site shopping cart and enables one-stop checkout from all visited shopping sites. We examine security and performance issues of our architecture.
doi:10.1145/352871.352895 dblp:conf/sigecom/PugliaCJ00 fatcat:tp6tih3apbhzxegb4hyorun5eq