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Mostly used client-server approach. • Server based - Client provides a Graphical User Interface, all the processing is done by the server. • Co-operative - Application processing is performed an optimized fashion. Offers more gain in user productivity and network efficiency. Middleware - Connectively interface between the client and the server. Middleware uses standard programming interfaces and protocols that come between the applications and communication software. Easy to implement the same application on a variety of server and workstation types.
Copyright © Genetic Computer School, 1999 Page 49 These reconfigurations lead to several complex design issues relating to the synchronization of the servers and transfer of state between them. The design of the communication system is crucial, since it affects the possibility of reconfiguration transparency. Resource protection - The aim of protection scheme is to ensure that each process can access only those resources for which it has permission. The permission specifies which operations it may perform on the resource.
In order for one process to communicate with another, one process sends a message (a sequence of data items) to a destination and another process at the destination receive the message. This activity involves the communication of data from the sending process to the receiving process and may involve the synchronization of the two processes. Synchronous and asynchronous communication A queue is associated with each message destination. Sending process and messages to queues and receiving processes remove messages from queues.
Amos 4.0 Users Guide by James Arbuckle