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stemarie wrote Jul 20, 2010 at 8:31 PM

I find what you have created to be quite interesting, may I ask how - in your perspective - this differs from the COM+ system? Of course I understand that there are many subtle differences but I hope to understand your thoughts.

harkon wrote Jul 24, 2010 at 7:36 PM

Hi - a relevant thought!

Okay, COM/COM+ etc. provides a comparable approach. But: I initially come from the java enterprise development corner. And now I'm employed as an architect for .net software systems.
Mainly I tried to enforce the component oriented architecure possibility of a typically java application server. And COM and so on alos provides a component oriented architecture. But mainly the application server of COM and COM+ is the operating system (e.g. Server 200x). Therefore all inter-component calls are out proc - and therefore much more slower than in proc. That's all!

But - thanx for your question. I hope I satisified it with this short answer...

stemarie wrote Jul 25, 2010 at 5:14 AM

I see, and also now understand better. But there are settings that allow com+ components to be called in-process. These are settings that are part of com+. however I must state that the framework you built to dynamically add components is quite interesting. I would be delighted to continue to debate some points in cone, if you allow me to and if you will find enough patience to deal with my queries.

What you are describing, in the Java is indeed a significant advantage over .NET. I find myself often irritated over the incapability of simply copying a component and using "on the fly" in the windows world. The whole registration concept core me is I think pure rubbish and red tape.

Let me continue to experiment with the framework, I will have more - hopefully equally intelligent - ponderings

harkon wrote Jul 25, 2010 at 3:38 PM

You're welcome. I'm looking forward to - just bring 'em on...