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TIBCO Architecture Fundamentals by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 16. Two-Party Coordination Patterns

Once two parties are talking to one another, typically the next challenge is to coordinate their activities. Coordination defines how the execution of an activity in one component is related to the execution of another activity in another component. How you go about coordinating activities impacts both normal behavior and the ability to detect breakdowns in the process. In terms of breakdown detection, you want to know which party (if any) is in a position to detect the breakdown, and how they know that a breakdown occurred.

This chapter examines a number of design patterns that can be used to coordinate the activities of two parties, and the next chapter explores how these patterns generalize to three ...

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