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Category Remote Method Invocation - RPC
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Author's Name Mario Linke
Homepage crispy.sourceforge.net/
Version 0.9.0
Compatibility J2EE 1.3.1 or higher
Published
Sat May 27, 2006 12:14 am

Description


The intention for this project is a very simple API to call different kinds of services (provider/technology). Crispy's aims is to provide a single point of entry for remote invocation for a wide number of transports: eg. RMI, EJB, JAX-RPC or XML-RPC. It works by using properties to configure a service manager, which is then used to invoke the remote API. Crispy is a simple Java codebase with an API that sits between your client code and the services your code must access. It provides a layer of abstraction to decouple client code from access to a service, as well as its location and underlying implementation. The special on this idea is, that these calls are simple Java object calls (remote or local calls are transparent).


CRISPY = Client for Remote Invocation for different kinds of Services via ProxYs.



From Crispy supported transport providers are:

What ist the special on this framework?

  • Very easy to use.
  • Very simple and minimal to configure.
  • You can call a remote method from Java object, like a local call.
  • You don't need to know, how the (remote) technology work.
  • You can easy change the technology (for example from XML-RPC to RMI).
  • The services don't know a remote-interface or a RemoteException (how RMI).
  • The parameter can be a complex object (in parts without programming a Serializabler (Marshalling) or Deserializabler (Unmarshalling))
  • You can intercept methods before and after invocation (for logging, time stopping, ...).
  • You can modify or extends method parameter and the result (transformation, set a authorization (login) token for the request in the background, ...).

Where you can set in Crispy?

If two or more communication partner exist:

  • In Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
  • By Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
  • Client for Java Business Integration (JBI).
  • Communication by a Rich Client Platform (RCP) with the server (Client/Server Architecture).
  • Communication between service consumer (Client) and service provider (Server) (in the WWW or intranet).
  • And so on.
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