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From Sim IJskes - QCG <...@qcg.nl>
Subject Re: Towards Internet Jini Services (compete or complement)
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2010 09:09:20 GMT
On 29-09-10 10:26, Zoltan Juhasz wrote:
> So what I'm trying to say is that in the new world of SOA where everything
> is a web service (or REST service???) we need to define and position Jini.
> We have to know whether this is a competing or complementary technology. I
> got many negative remarks on our previous Jini-based grid work that although
> it was great it was Java-based and interoperability with other languages and
> web services was so crucial that without giving support you're dead. I don’t
> see how you could have these working together.

I think they complement. In a design process where you have non-agile 
interface definition (like commitee meetings), or unlimited platform 
combinations, there is nothing to gain to use jini. When you need agile 
interface definitions that integrate thightly with the language type 
constraints, then there is lots to gain to use jini.

I especially like the agility when during development introducing an 
extra class, to split previous combined functionality in a single class, 
into a dual (1-n related) class combination.

Gr. Sim

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