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Creating a remote object - pattern

 
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hi ranchers,

which design pattern is used to create a remote object using home interface ?
 
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which design pattern is used to create a remote object using home interface ?



The clue is in the question. Take a look at some creational design patterns and decide which is the closest fit.
 
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I like your way of answering , you never give answers just give directions !

Even I could boil down to Builder and Factory Method Pattern.

But not able to decide between these two. Factory Method looks a bit closer but not 100% sure
 
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I think it is Factory pattern.
 
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You use the "Factory Method" of the Home Interface to retrieve a Remote Object (Proxy).

As for the "Builder" Pattern, the implementation of the Home Interface (to create the remote object) should actually use the builder pattern http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Builder_pattern, (with all its collaborating objects).. which you may never be able to tell at it is based on the vendor's implementation..

so I'd go with the "Factory Method"
 
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'Factory Method' is to suitable to your requirement. It just define the interface for creating remote object and delegate the responsibility to its sub classes to create the objects.

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