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Robby Robson
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I'm intrested in making distrubuted softwarebut it's confusing with the diffrent meathods.

EJB is bloated and I don't quite get the concept of things like the Spring framework, although they depend on Aspects, which to me seems like spaghetti code.


and I've tried reading up on it and I know there are several relational to object mapping solutions , so I get the Presistance, but I can't gather how they propose to make Business logic remotly acessable


can someone please enlighten me? or at least try?
 
William Brogden
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There are a LOT of kinds of applications that can be considered "distributed software" so you need to refine your search!
Fortunately, Java has tools and projects to cover just about anything imaginable, from "Grid" computing to huge commercial sites.
What kind of applications are you interested in creating?
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Robby Robson
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when I use the term "distrubuted" I'm thinking of "hosted" business logic so that it can be invoked remotely vis thin clients.

making good use of MVC pattern,

so instead of making a"webmail client" I can have email client that has a JSP,Swing,MFC,and a gtk, that only consist of the VC in MVC


I know you use RMI or CORBA to do the remote invocation.

my problem is choosing the meathology by which to prepare my Business logic to be used by RMI or CORBA.
 
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