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by John Shirley; Wei Hu; David Magid. O'Reilly & Associates. 7. Guide to writing DCE applications OSF distributed computing environment.

by John Shirley; Wei Hu; David Magid. by John Shirley; Wei Hu; David Magid.

guide to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) for first-time DCE application programmers.

The Guide to Writing DCE Applications is a hands-on programming guide to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) for first-time DCE application programmers. This book is designed to help new DCE users make the transition from conventional, nondistributed applications programming to distributed DCE programming. The Guide to Writing DCE Applications is designed to get the programmer up and running with working examples of client/server applications and to provide a comprehensive model for the development of distributed applications. Contents include: Overview of a distributed application. Using a DCE RPC interface (IDL and ACF files).

The "Guide to Writing DCE Applications" is a hands-on programming guide to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) for first-time DCE application programmers.

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This tool, called Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Porting Tool,.

DCE (distributed computing environment) What is DCE distributed . It allows application programmer to extend the local procedure call to a distributed environment.

DCE (distributed computing environment) What is DCE distributed computing environment It is defined by the open software foundation(OSF). used to support the development and usage of distributed applications in a single distributed system. 3) Provide tools to make it easier to write distributed applications in which multiple users at multiple locations can work together It allows application programmer to extend the local procedure call to a distributed environment.

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A very recent response to this trend is the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) of the Open Software Foundation (OSF), the emerging new industry standard for distributed processing.

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This document answers some Frequently Asked Questions concerning the OSF Distributed Computing Environment. It is posted monthly to comp. dce, as well as comp.

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Start by marking Guide to Writing DCE Applications as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Topics include the IDL and ACF files, essential RPC calls The Guide to Writing DCE Applications is a hands-on programming guide to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) for first-time DCE application programmers.

The Guide to Writing DCE Applications is a hands-on programming guide to OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) for first-time DCE application programmers. This book is designed to help new DCE users make the transition from conventional nondistributed applications programming to distributed DCE programming. Topics include the IDL and ACF files, essential RPC calls, binding methods and the name service, server initialization, memory management, object UUIDs, authentication and authorization (basic security), and other selected advanced topics. Several small, practical programming examples are included.The second edition of this book extends the step-by-step treatment to two advanced topics: object UUIDs and security. Object UUIDs let the client select resources on the server side. Security enforces access on the basis of who the client or server is. This book does not discuss Access Control Lists, a more advanced area of security.We believe the programmer writing her first DCE application will find this book the perfect resource. The Guide to Writing DCE Applications is designed to get the programmer up and running with working examples of client/server applications and to provide a comprehensive model for the development of distributed applications.Contents include:

Overview of a distributed applicationUsing a DCE RPC interface (IDL and ACF files)Developing clientsUsing pointers and arraysDeveloping a serverUsing a name serviceResource selection through object UUIDsSecurity (authentication/authorization) for both client and serverUsing a context handle to maintain server stateUsing pipes for large quantities of dataQuick referencesComplete code for seven applications, plus Makefiles and directions for building and running
Guide to Writing DCE Applications (Osf Distributed Computing Environment) download epub
Networking & Cloud Computing
Author: Wei Hu
ISBN: 1565920457
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Language: English
Publisher: O'Reilly Media; Second edition (July 3, 1992)
Pages: 459 pages