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Thursday, December 05, 2002
       
Understanding Enterprise Services in .NET
Classes written using the Microsoft .NET Framework can leverage COM+ services. When used from .NET, COM+ services are referred to as Enterprise Services. This article describes some of the technical details behind the integration of .NET and COM+ Services.
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Tuesday, December 03, 2002
       
SOAP Faces a New Challenger
A new development approach to Web services transport is giving users of the popular Simple Object Access Protocol pause and could place some at a development crossroads.

SOAP came under scrutiny last week at the Software Development Conference and Expo East here as developers mulled the future of an alternative technology, Representation State Transfer, or REST.


Unfortunately, it's mostly wrong. Sometime soon I'll throw together a real analysis of the REST vs SOAP debate. It's not a moot choice.
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JXTA Resolver
In this article, I will introduce the Resolver, a P2P concept that should be comfortable for client-server developers. Although unknown to many JXTA developers, the Resolver is a core JXTA protocol that is similar to the publish-and-subscribe pattern in the client-server world.
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Monday, December 02, 2002
       
TableLayout - An Alternative to GridBagLayout : A Simple and Powerful Layout Manager
TableLayout is a layout manager that partitions a container into a set of rows and columns. The intersection of a row and a column is called a cell, like in a spreadsheet. Components added to the container are placed in cells. As the container is resized, the cells are also resized. Consequentially, the components inside those cells are resized.
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