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Container-Managed Exception Handling for the Predictable Assembly of Component- Based Systems
Authors: Simons, Kevin; Stafford, Judith
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Component containers provide a deployment environment for components in a component-based system. Containers supply a variety of services to the components that are deployed in them, such as persistence, enforcement of security policies and transaction management. Recently, containers have shown a large amount of potential for aiding in the predictable assembly of component-based systems. This paper describes an augmentation to the component container, called the Container-Managed Exception Handling (CMEH) Framework, which provides an effective means for deploying exception handling mini-components into a component-based system. This framework promotes a more effective handling of exceptional events, as well as a better separation of concerns, yielding a more predictable component assembly.

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