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Tuesday, April 15, 2003
       
Introduction to JavaBeans: Overview, Roadmap and Developer Resources
F. Rimalovski: Welcome to the Introduction to JavaBeans. My name is Frank Rimalovski. I'm a JavaBeans product manager. This is the first of three technical sessions. We had a more business-oriented session this morning. In this session we are going to give you an introduction to JavaBeans: what they are, and more importantly, why you, in particular, should be interested in JavaBeans.
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Sunday, April 13, 2003
       
Active Bean Space
This paper describes a partitioning model based on context hierarchy in distributed object (D-O) spaces, created with Java ORBs such as JavaSoft RMI(TM) or ObjectSpace Voyager(TM). Grouping objects by semantic contexts facilitates deployment of D-O environments considerably, providing for easy resource discovery and allows dynamic configuration of context communication and synchronization properties in run time.
Active Bean Space (ABS) described in the paper is a model of distributed context framework that conforms to Glasgow proposal for Runtime Containment and Services Protocol for JavaBeans and attempts to address the following goals :

Provide for distributed context hierarchy located on arbitrary set of network hosts that applications may dynamically create in run time.
Abstract from underlying network.
Allow dynamic addition/removing of components to any distributed context in run time. This includes components that are contexts themselves, beans specifically designed for ABS framework and 3rd party beans unaware of the framework.
Provide for context and bean policy support, that allows dynamic configuration of communication, synchronization, argument passing and other context and component properties in run time.
Provide for cooperating agent beans that can move from one distributed context to another effectively communicating with each other in order to achieve some goal or perform some collaborative task.
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