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TIBCO Architecture Fundamentals by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 17. Multi-Party Coordination Patterns

The two-party coordination patterns of the previous chapter generalize to situations involving three or more parties. This chapter explores four of these generalizations and offers some thoughts on data validation and breakdown detection in multi-party situations. The patterns discussed in this chapter include:

Multi-Party Fire-and-Forget

Multi-Party Request-Reply

Multi-Party Delegation with Confirmation

The three other coordination patterns from the previous chapter, Delegation, Distributed Transactions, and Third-Party Process Coordinator, also extend to multiple parties. However, the discussion of these patterns in the previous chapter, augmented with the additional discussion in this chapter, ...

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