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Re: [ecf-dev] [GSOC Project Idea]-Looking for a GSoc Project in ECF

Hi Markus

Thanks for the information and  reminding me ,Currently  I am working on the proposal[1] stuff 
Suggestions and feedbacks are welcome.


On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 3:21 PM, Markus Alexander Kuppe <> wrote:
On 05/01/2013 12:43 AM, Salinda Jayawardana wrote:
> HI all
> Sorry I couldn't give an update since I had my end semester exam till
> yesterday, Now I am going to work on this full time.
> If I understand the requirements correctly, I should do following things
> When User create a remote service using ECF SDK (without any framework
> or tools) approach as follows
>     1) create a interface and include all the methods
>     2)create a implementation for above interface
>     3) create a remote container
>     4) register the service
> If some one want to add some asynchronous method ,that above interface
> should extends using "IAsyncRemoteServiceProxy" class.
> According to my understanding, I am going to introduce annotations which
> can be used inside in the service interface to expose methods as remote
> service both blocking and non-blocking way ,
> Example
>      public interface ICal {
>      @Remote
>      public int add(int num1, int num2);//just adding two digits
>     @Remote
>      public int sub(int num1, int num2);
>      @AsyncRemote
>      public float complexCal(int val); // do a complex calculation which
> take long time
>     }
>  In the runtime , I will scan this interface and identify those
> annotations using java reflections, after that Register the services  by
> looking the annotations
> Finally this services will be testing using the test framework for that
> also we can introduce a new annotation, to identify which methods should
> be tested using the framework
> Is this the correct approach ? please advice me

Hi Salinda,

aside from the technical discussion...

Assuming you want to work on this as part of Google Summer of Code 2013,
don't forget to submit your proposal [1]. The deadline (May 03 at 19:00
UTC) is approaching very fast and there won't be any extensions/exceptions.



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