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Re: [ecf-dev] Re: [riena-dev] Riena Update

Hi Jan,

thanks. So that would mean you have a connected socket between the various spaces all the time. So the point from the discussion with Scott that I think that this make R-OSGi a connectionoriented provider and not a connectionless provider. I am not saying this is good or bad here.

Like with Webservices (say SOAP or any other protocol) over HTTP its possible to reuse a connected socket but typically you disconnect after each call and connect for the next one.

Is that the correct assumption Jan ?

So that makes me still wonder if there is an ECF provider currently available that is connectionless ?

cheers
christian

Am 13.01.2009 um 16:28 schrieb Rellermeyer Jan Simon:

Hi Christian,

that's true. You create a mesh of point-to-point connections to define your remote service space. Once you have done that, you can access the remote services over this mesh without creating new dedicated connections.

Cheers,

Jan

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Subject: Re: [ecf-dev] Re: [riena-dev] Riena Update


Hi Scott,

Thanks for your comments. I have a question about them. You classify r-
osgi as a connection-less provider. I remember that in r-osgi you
connect a client container with a server container and that will then
trigger some dynamic service proxies to be generated on the client
container.


My assumption was that this initial connection is held and also used
for the remote service invocation calls itself. Is that an incorrect
assumption ? Maybe somebody like you or Jan could clarify that for me.


thanks
christian

Am 13.01.2009 um 02:22 schrieb Scott Lewis:

Hi Rieners,

As discussed a week or so ago with Christian, I've produced some
comments about the previously published Riena RemoteServices Goals
on a
separate page here:


http://wiki.eclipse.org/Comments_on_the_Riena_Project_Goals_and_Relatio
nship_to_ECF_project

I placed a link at to the comments at the bottom of the associated Riena RemoteServices page

http://wiki.eclipse.org/Riena_RemoteServices

If more/other/detail or further discussion is desired about anything,
please let me and others know (on this mailing list and ecf-dev
mailing
list).


Thanks,

Scott

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