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The net worth of an object-oriented pattern: practical implications of Java RMI

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1 Author(s)
German, D.-A. ; Dept. of Comput. Sci., Indiana Univ., Bloomington, IN, USA

Debugging distributed applications in their run-time environment is notoriously hard and development and testing of application logic must be completed ahead of this step. Using Java RMI allows a developer to separate the two stages (development of the application logic from the deployment of the application in its distributed run-time environment) but the developer must acknowledge a specific pattern from the outset. We present this pattern below: it allows for a stage of fully carried out development of the application in an isolated run-time environment (no network) and makes the switch to a true networked run-time environment completely transparent.

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Parallel and Distributed Systems, 2004. ICPADS 2004. Proceedings. Tenth International Conference on

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7-9 July 2004