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RE: limits of the generic


RE:  limits of the generic
Maybe the code I'm debugging is making me too 
dense, or maybe it was the Johnny Rivers concert 
this weekend being drowned out by the Christian 
rock band across the street, but I don't quite 
get this.  

Are you saying that given cacheing 
or catalogs, one wants to rely completely 
on self-description given changes that might 
occur asynchronously in the two resources, 
or that given cacheing and catalogs, it is 
pretty easy to have multiple resources and 
defer the maintenance?

No, despite Rivers asking about the "
monster truck rally", we couldn't get 
them to turn down.  It seems they thought 
their message was too important.

len

-----Original Message-----
From: Arjun Ray [mailto:aray@n...]


"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...> wrote:

| I'd rather trade two gets for the maintenance costs (yes, one might 
| not force the get across the net but do it by making the resource 
| dispenser do that work).

Catalogs and caching.  The ultimate defence.  "You can't make me do
something I may not want to do". 


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