CORNELL CS 514 - Study Notes (180 pages)

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Cornell University
Course:
Cs 514 - Intermediate Computer Systems
Intermediate Computer Systems Documents

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Programmer s Guide Developer Release 3 01 June 2000 COPYRIGHT NOTICE 2000 HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY To anyone who acknowledges that this document is provided AS IS WITH NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY permission to copy modify and distribute this document for any purpose is hereby granted without fee provided that the above copyright notice and this notice appear in all copies and that the name of Hewlett Packard Company not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of this document without specific written prior permission Hewlett Packard Company makes no representations about the suitability of this document for any purpose Contents Chapter 1 The Basics 1 About This Document 1 Introduction 2 Programming Model 5 A Simple Example 10 Chapter 2 Basic Services 19 Getting Connected to E speak 19 E speak Services 23 Client Finding Services 28 Service Deployer Creating Services 41 Service Description 42 Accessing Descriptions ESAccessor 67 Chapter 3 Extended Services 71 Managing Bindings Using Folders 71 Developer Release 3 01 June 2000 i Repository Views 79 Categories 80 Communities 84 Security 92 Events 100 Appendix A Thread Safe Programming ESThread 109 Appendix B Messaging Classes 113 Appendix C IDL Compiler 115 Generating code 115 Input Files 116 Output Files 117 Command Line Parameters 117 IDL Requirements 118 Appendix D Interceptors 121 Appendix E Account Manager 125 Programming Model 125 A Simple Example 126 ii Developer Release 3 01 June 2000 Appendix F E speak Security 131 Introduction 131 Bootstrap process for testing 133 Configuration files 135 Appendix G Firewall Traversal 141 Architecture 141 Appendix H Management 147 Introduction 147 Managed Service Model 148 Managed Service Programmers Guide 154 Developer Release 3 01 June 2000 iii iv Developer Release 3 01 June 2000 Chapter 1 The Basics About This Document A This document describes the E speak Service Interface for Java programmers J ESI pronounced J Easy that is used by Clients to



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