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Additional authors: Rainer Krautter, debis Systemhaus Industry (Competence Center Document and Workflowmanagement) CU DMS / PP, Erich-Herion-Strasse 13, D-70736 Fellbach, Germany. Email: Rainer.Krautter@debis.com).
A Lightweight, Message-Oriented Application Server for the WWW
Ralf-Dieter SchimkatSupported by debis Systemhaus Industry.
In this paper, we present a lightweight system that loosely couples and integrates any kind of source systems with information retrieval capabilities. The system provides mechanisms for a rapid integration of source systems into the World Wide Web (WWW), allowing the generation of configurable collections of individual, heterogeneous source systems.
The proposed system is based on a lightweight, message-oriented application
server and an object-oriented client
Already integrated source systems include the system PROGRESS (a method base system for mathematical algorithms with functionalities for server-side computing) and SPECTO (an XML-based, distributed monitoring system).
Application server, uniform Web interface, application integration,
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