Strategies for Integrating Messaging and Distributed Object Transactions

@inproceedings{Tai2000StrategiesFI,
  title={Strategies for Integrating Messaging and Distributed Object Transactions},
  author={Stefan Tai and Isabelle Rouvellou},
  booktitle={Middleware},
  year={2000}
}
Messaging, and distributed transactions, describe two important models for building enterprise software systems. Distributed object middleware aims to support both models by providing messaging and transaction services. But while the concept of distributed object transactions is well-understood, support for messaging in distributed object environments is still in its early stages, and not nearly as readily perceived. Integrating messaging into distributed object environments, and in particular… CONTINUE READING
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