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awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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answered Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
Mar
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comment Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
so you have service module user, and a service module email, and you have a delegate module for this two services which other services will call ? and this delegate exposes the same requests and responses as the two services itself ? and you just created this delegate to avoid writing the same code for RMI connection twice ? and the userservice can call the email service and email service can call user service, and both are using the delegate module todo that, is that right so far ?
Mar
5
comment Is NoSQL a good fit for a graphing app, and how can I compare different NoSql Servers?
sorry for bad english, this means that SQL databases are better then NoSQL databases says about them, or in an example, NoSQL systems says they are the best for big data, they are the fastest and so on, but there are also SQL Databases which can handle a lot of data and they are also very fast, and the they are proven for many years, so before telling that a NoSQL system will solve the problem, you should identify the real problem and figure if and how it can be solved with an SQL database, hope its now more clear what i wanted to say
Mar
5
answered Is NoSQL a good fit for a graphing app, and how can I compare different NoSql Servers?
Mar
5
comment Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
did you mean you let say you have a user and an email server, both services can be accessed trough RMI and as Webservice ? and for this two Services, you created a Delegate Module ? or you created two Delegate Modules ? and if its one, this Delegate have only on Method (makeRequest) or have a union of methods from both User and Email Service ?
Dec
4
answered Web App vs Portal Platform - convincing the customer
Dec
4
answered Tomcat 7 vs. ehCache Standalone Server (Glassfish) Configuration with RESTful Web Services
Dec
4
comment NoSQL as file meta database
huge amount of data means for me: from size more then 500 GB, from amount of entries more then 100.000.000, they are related to each other, so what comes first. and mostly it depends how this values grows. (so in time) 500 GB in 5 years, is not that much, means with that grow rate you may have time to scale / change / optimize your RDBMS, 500 GB in one year, it is huge, you should now better go for a system that scales fast with this amount. so short, huge amount mostly means: system increases more in shorter times (with bad RDBMS Design you will get bad results with much smaler numbers)
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Dec
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answered NoSQL as file meta database