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Welcome to Jazz Foundation Server SDK home page. This page is used by the Server SDK team to collaborate on various topics under discussion and development. Information here can range from raw and early to approved and finished. For definitive guidance on state of a topic it is best to contact a Server SDK team member.

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The DCOM experience was very illustrative...the notion that we could get OLE32 to run on every machine on the planet. The plan was to take the COM runtime and make that run on every computing device on the planet and that was going to be the way we got reach. That was just utter folly. It ignored the fact that not only do people have lots of investments that they hold dear for good reasons, but that there are all kinds of cultural differences. There are all kinds of different programmers and it is crazy to think that everyone is going to want to program the same way, which is what OLE32 imposed on the programmer. The practice of COM assumed that the entire programming universe will have the same kind of aesthetic.

We learned such a lesson with DCOM that now, with Web services, we are just saying, "Everyone programs in something different, so let's just do protocol-based integration, where we will just agree on the format of the messages we are going to exchange over the wire."

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The word "hypermedia" is a generalization of "hypertext". Whereas hypertext entailed interlinked textual documents, hypermedia expanded the scope to any form of media. The key with both, of course, is the embedding of links in the content we use.

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