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Java 5 PSM for DDS: Initial Submission (out of date)

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Presentation to the OMG's MARS Task Force in June, 2010 on proposed improvements to the Java API to the OMG's Data Distribution Service specification (DDS).

Presentation to the OMG's MARS Task Force in June, 2010 on proposed improvements to the Java API to the OMG's Data Distribution Service specification (DDS).

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  • Benefits of “close” instead of factorymethod:Familiar from java.io, javax.jmsCan’t get it wrong by using wrong factory
  • Important to keep everything as interface or stateless abstract class:Don’t constrain implementationsDon’t risk bugs
  • Context allows multiple DDS implementations (including multiple versions of the same impl.) to coexist.Also allows implementations to be transparently unloaded when no longer used.
  • If you don’t care about the parameters, just use wildcard—less hassle than in C++.If you do care, you can bind them to preserve type safety.
  • First, show how it works.Then, show why it works that way.

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