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Don't even ask. I'm right in the middle of things, and I will not be able to complete the Jacket stuff right now ...

gskc [2001-03-22 23:40:04]
Don't even ask. I'm right in the middle of things, and I will not be able to complete the Jacket stuff right now ...
  1. <!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
  2. <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
  3. <meta name="Author" content="Gaurav S. Kc">
  4. <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Mozilla/4.74 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U) [Netscape]">
  5. <meta name="KeyWords" content="Worklets, Mobile Code, Agents">
  6. <title>Worklets</title>
  7. </head>
  8. <body text="#000000" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" link="#0000EE" vlink="#551A8B" alink="#FF0000">
  9. <img SRC="images/pslworklets.gif" ALT="PSL: Worklets" NOSAVE height=221 width=550>
  10. <br>&nbsp;
  11. <ul>
  12. <li>
  13. <b><font color="#000000"><a href="#intro">Introduction</a></font></b></li>
  14.  
  15. <li>
  16. <b><font color="#000000"><a href="#demo">Making sense of the demo</a></font></b></li>
  17.  
  18. <li>
  19. <b><font color="#000000"><a href="#using">Using/configuring Worklets</a></font></b></li>
  20. </ul>
  21.  
  22. <h2>
  23. <a NAME="intro"></a><b><font color="#000000">Introduction to Worklets</font></b></h2>
  24. Worklets were originally designed as workflow mobile agents, but have been
  25. expanded to other applications. The Worklets system is designed as a mobile
  26. code infrastructure intended for dynamic re-configuration of third-party
  27. systems. Instead of bringing down entire components of a distributed system
  28. at runtime for recompilation, worklets carrying Java mobile code can be
  29. injected transparently into system components for incremental adaptation.
  30. Host components must include, or be wrapped with, a generic worklet virtual
  31. machine and host-specific adapter exposing indigenous reconfiguration capabilities.
  32. <h2>
  33. <a NAME="demo"></a><b><font color="#000000">What is this demo?</font></b></h2>
  34. &nbsp;
  35. <tr ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP>
  36. <td>
  37. <h4>
  38. A Target Instance</h4>
  39. This is what you see.</td>
  40.  
  41. <td><img SRC="images/ss-target.gif" NOSAVE height=500 width=400 align=RIGHT></td>
  42. </tr>
  43.  
  44. <tr>
  45. <td></td>
  46.  
  47. <td></td>
  48. </tr>
  49.  
  50. <tr ALIGN=LEFT VALIGN=TOP>
  51. <td>
  52. <h4>
  53. A Sender Instance</h4>
  54. This is what you see.</td>
  55.  
  56. <td><img SRC="images/ss-sender.gif" NOSAVE height=348 width=447 align=RIGHT></td>
  57. </tr>
  58.  
  59. <h2>
  60. <a NAME="using"></a><b><font color="#000000">How do I use Worklets now?</font></b></h2>
  61. <tt>class myWorkletJunction {</tt>
  62. <br><tt>&nbsp; myWorkletJunction(String rHost, String rName, int rPort)
  63. {</tt>
  64. <br><tt>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; super(rHost, rName, rPort);</tt>
  65. <br><tt>&nbsp; }</tt>
  66. <br><tt>&nbsp; public void execute() {</tt>
  67. <br><tt>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; WVM.out.println("\t --- Totally New Component
  68. ---");</tt>
  69. <br><tt>&nbsp; }</tt>
  70. <br><tt>}</tt>
  71. <br>&nbsp;
  72. <br>&nbsp;
  73. </body>
  74. </html>