EV.4. Integration with JavaBeans Components

As we noted previously, distributed notification differs from local notification (such as the notification used in user interface programming) in a number of ways. In particular, a distributed notification may be delayed, dropped, or otherwise fail between the object in which the event occurred and the object that is the ultimate recipient of the notification of that event. Additionally, a distributed event notification may require handling by a number of third-party objects between the object that is interested in the notification and the object that generates the notification. These third-party objects need to be able to handle arbitrary events, and so from the point of view of the type system, all ...

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