Requirements for OO + Web Integration


This section of the Internet Tool Survey is a listing of some of the unmet requirements of OO + Web integration. These requirements come from several sources:

The requirements are grouped according to function. As the reader will see, this is a preliminary requirements list: the requirements are incomplete, high level, qualitative and not quantitative, some are motherhood, many are not refined, other groupings are possible, not all requirements are unmet, and some require tradeoffs. Still, we are not aware of another similar listing in this area. So this is a start.

Architectural Requirements

These are requirements of the architectural framework minus the component functionality that can be added to the framework. Both the Web and OMG architectures meet some of these requirements already.

Functionality requirements

These are requirements of components that must fit into an architectural framework.

This research is sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and managed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory under contract DAAL01-95-C-0112. The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies, either expressed or implied of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, or the United States Government. 

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