Runtime Reconfiguration of J2EE Applications

Matevska-Meyer, Jasminka, Olliges, Sascha and Hasselbring, Wilhelm (2004) Runtime Reconfiguration of J2EE Applications [Paper] In: Proceedings of DECOR 04 Conference on Software Deployment and (Re)Configuration .


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Runtime reconfiguration considered as “applying required changes to a running system” plays an important role for providing high availability not only of safety- and mission-critical systems, but also for commercial web-applications offering professional services. Hereby, the main concerns are maintaining the consistency of the running system during reconfiguration and minimizing its down-time caused by the reconfiguration. This paper focuses on the platform independent subsystem that realises deployment and redeployment of J2EE modules based on the new J2EE Deployment API as a part of the implementation of our proposed system architecture enabling runtime reconfiguration of component-based systems. Our “controlled runtime redeployment” comprises an extension of hot deployment and dynamic reloading, complemented by allowing for structural changes.

Document Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keywords: component-based software engineering, deployment, dynamic/autonomic reconfiguration/adaptation
Research affiliation: Kiel University > Software Engineering
Date Deposited: 18 Feb 2012 06:05
Last Modified: 20 Sep 2012 10:16

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