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Implementing the Data Transfer Object Pattern

  • Paul B. Monday

Abstract

The previous two chapters discussed mechanisms for optimizing a client’s use of a Web Service. You will find that, in practice, Web Service operations are relatively expensive when compared to a local method call between objects in the same process. Consider Figure 16–1 (previously shown as Figure 4–2). A communication path between two components, ArchitectureAComponent and ArchitectureBComponent, contains at least two transformations in a single direction and an intermediate format. Then, consider that each call must return from the one-way trip with a new value.

Keywords

Business Process Data Transfer Application Program Interface Business Object Simple Object Access Protocol 
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Additional Reading

  1. •.
    Alur, Deepak; Crupi, John; Malks, Dan. Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies. Prentice Hall, 2001.Google Scholar
  2. •.
    Fowler, Martin et. al. Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture. Addison-Wesley, 2002.Google Scholar

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