In 2003 I gave a lecture on Distributed Computing at the University of Luton. Approximately two weeks have been devoted to XMLRPC and for that I produced a number of slides and activities.
Just in case that somebody else finds this material helpful here it is.
The Java package cis69mc.jar mentioned in the activities is identical with the package provided at http://xml.apache.org/xmlrpc with the single addition that the class uk.co.wilson.xml.MinML has four additional lines. Here is the modified version of MinML.java and the rest of the source code is here: xmlrpc-1.2-b1-src.tar.gz (for the latest version please see directly the apache repository.)
In January 2005 I gave a presentation at JICC9 (Java and the Internet in the Computing Curriculum Conference) about the material presented on this web site: The paper: pdf, the presentation: ppt, pdf.
What is identity in the context of distributed applications (as web services, grids, or ubiquitous networks, etc)? These slides have been used in November 2006 to address this: ppt or pdf
A couple of slides on CORBA.
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