|Re: TENEO - need multi-tiered environment solution [message #83906 is a reply to message #83808]
||Fri, 18 May 2007 05:43
Originally posted by: stepper.sympedia.de|
With Net4j and CDO (both at EMFT) you can get multi-tiered solutions for communications and EMF persistence. Net4j is an asynchronous messaging platform for Eclipse (or pure OSGi or standalone) with semantics similar to JMS. In fact I'm currently working on an implementation of the JMS spec on top of Net4j (see https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=187654 ). With that it will even be possible to integrate with the ECF framework that has a JMS adapter.
CDO is based on Net4j and EMF. It provides a server-side model repository and distributed shared model semantics for your EMF models, i.e. all clients are transparently in sync with the central version of the models. For CDO there is a web demo available at http://www.eclipse.org/emft/doc/cdo/demo.html
The new 0.8.0 version of Net4j is available in CVS. The new version of CDO is not ready yet but will come asap with new features like transparent versioning and time traveling through your models. If you're interested I can snd you Team Project Set files to checkout the plugins.
> We have a requirement to run our RCP client on a separate tier from the
> application layer. We want to have the input on a rich client that
> communicates with the server that will host the application business
> services and persistence. We're currently thinking we could use spring
> http-remoting to communicate between the tiers but are confused about
> how you would configure Resource store and load behavior if you split
> the tiers. How do we configure RCP with TENEO/Hibernate in a
> multi-tiered environment?
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