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comment Promoting scalability in small business applications
Enforce the programming contract by using those parts available to you in the language: interfaces and classes in an established namespace or namespace pattern (such as never use classes from a Feature.Internal namespace). The implementation is hidden via internal classes and never exposed except via the interface you desire. BTW, code reviews are never a bad idea.
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comment Promoting scalability in small business applications
Sorry for not being clearer. I was thinking of a layer of software that would define communication paths via events and messages. This software can be local to the application process, even in the same thread, but would allow the software to be partitioned. By forcing the design but not the implementation it would enable a WCF implementation in the future.
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comment How to gradually improve on an old IBM Host C++ framework
It is WAS7 running on z/Linux platform. RAD7 used to develop the EJBs that managed the transactions and data access to DB2 (standard VO/DAO data layer). The front end is all HTML/Javascript driven by Struts.
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