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From Dain Sundstrom <>
Subject Re: [XML Parsing]
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2003 08:12:10 GMT
On Friday, September 5, 2003, at 03:02 AM, Sagenschneider, Daniel A 

> Dain Sundstrom wrote:
>> The reflective mapping is build inside the running container on the
>> server side during startup and is private to the container.  Clients
>> never see it, so you have nothing to worry about.
> When looking for speed ups, we may potentially remove some of the 
> loose coupling to obtain the speed.  The EJB method is invoked by the 
> client and this is marshalled by the server to perform the EJB method. 
>  A client implementation of the EJB interface is required to request 
> the server to perform the method on the pooled EJB method. Looking at 
> the worst case, Remote , we need to identify the method invoked which 
> must be done in a serialised manor.

There are a bunch of common methods (equals, isIdentical, 
getPrimaryKey) that can be handled on the client directly.

> Chris Nokleberg wrote:
>> Since the set of keys is fixed, it actually is possible to generate 
>> code
>> faster than a generic hash map.
> Thus as there is a fixed number of methods possible, we could 
> ultimately define each method (including overriden methods) with an 
> ordinal integer.  On this number we could then provide the method 
> mapping through code generation - a switch statement. The solution is 
> still transparent to the client as it is contained within the Stub.  
> Potentially we can reuse this for Local interfaces also.  The code 
> generation can also provide hooks in for the appropriate security and 
> transaction requirements.

Already got that one... That is the way the remoting framework is 
implemented today.


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