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Enterprise Application Integration With XML and Java™ by Bill la Forge, JP Morgenthal

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Chapter 11. Wrapping Up

In this part, we introduced two programming models for EAI. The DPM presented a shared declarative environment for the aggregation of data using XML. Using this model, you can develop a set of runtime engines that do not need to change whenever there is a change in a business process. This enables you to build solutions faster that require less testing. This model also allows you to modify the behavior for processing a particular document without affecting other documents that will be processed by the same engine.

MDSAX extends the SAX programming model by using an XML document to configure the runtime processing environment, and thereby creates a dynamic runtime engine. Additionally, MDSAX allows you to manipulate the ...

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