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3.7 Objects on the Network

The objects on the network that transfer back and forth between services and devices (also between devices themselves) have additional advantages when used with Java technology; two of them are summarized next.

  • Avoidance of versioning problems: Vast reduction in problems with regard to versioning occurs when dynamically sending new behavior via class loading. This allows integration of new functionality and automatic bug fix updates.

  • Facilitates the interoperability of different vendors: Each vendor provides its own interface implementations that can interoperate with other vendors' devices.

Objects are used in the protocols that are transferred between disparate devices and servers.

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