Monthly Archives: July 2003

Kendall Clark on Choreography

Lancelot: He says they’ve already *got* one! Arthur: (confused) Are you *sure* he’s got one? Soldier: Oh yes, it’s ver’ naahs. — Monty Python and the Holy Grail Kendall writes; In principle I support WS-Choreography, even without understanding exactly what it is aiming at, if only because it is likely to be very RDF and… Read More »

Client Side Containers

A pretty interesting example of thinking outside the EJB box. A client side container for enabling statelessness is a nice piece of architectural work. FWIW, I’ve talked about the RESTful equivalent of this before, more than once.

XML Catalogs and caching

Norm responds to a post of mine about why I felt that better technology, and not necessarily new standards, were what was required to solve the problems that XML Catalogs were trying to solve. He offers three things that he believes can’t be done with caches, but can be done with XML Catalogs; Populate the… Read More »