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Monday, September 23, 2002
       
Resin Rocketh
Imagine a Java Web application server that runs on Unix, delivers incredible performance, is really easy to set up, and inexpensive to boot. Even crazier, imagine that this little app server offers all of the features you expect from a modern Java server, including JSP/servlets, XML/XSL, and EJB/CMP.
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Direct Internet Message Encapsulation
Last month we talked about the reasons for associating attachments with SOAP messages, and we looked at the initial SOAP Messages with Attachments (SwA) note. This month we look at Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME), a binary message format; and we'll also look briefly at the WS-Attachments specification, which provides a generic framework for SOAP attachments, and a definition for a DIME-based instantiation of that framework.


Ugh. DIME is such bad technology. Totally DOA. #


       
XML Canonicalization
This two part series discusses the W3C Recommendations Canonical XML and Exclusive XML Canonicalization. In this first part I describe the process of XML canonicalization, that is, of finding the simplified form of an XML document, as defined by the Canonical XML specification. We'll start by illustrating when and why we would need to canonicalize an XML document.
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Justin R's Data Context Example

Interesting. Not nearly as elegant as I first thought but definitely something to consider. #


       
Thoughts on O/R Bridges

Joe J. on What Makes a Good O/R Bridge
Mike C's Reply, Further Thoughts
Joe J's Reply, Further Thoughts #


       
How JSF Affects Struts
Many folks on both the STRUTS-DEV and STRUTS-USER mailing lists, have
wondered at what the future holds for Struts, now that the initial early
access release of JavaServer Faces has become available. Here is a
snapshot of my current thinking on the subject.
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