The DX Component Architecture
Documentation for Version 3
The Domino eXplorer (DX) was developed as a means for facilitating the rapid development of tools to be used in projects that involve high volumes of data transformation. DX has been, and continues to be developed for use across a wide range of Domino versions and platforms. The reference platforms are Domino 8.5.x on Windows Server 2003 and Red Hat Linux 5.2. DX is also used as a research tool to investigate various aspects of Autonomic Systems, in particular Autonomic Throughput Optimisation.
Standardised utilities have also been built around some of the functional DX classes, these are published as “DX Tools” and can save time by providing off-the-shelf processing to be incorporated into complex transformations that need high throughput rates.
DX consists of a set of “Kernel” classes and a collection of “Functional” classes. This document presents the gross architecture of the DX kernel and the functional classes.
The component architecture is examined by following typical execution sequences in a representative DX Tools application.
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Heavy Lift Computing
Application Design Guide
Kernel API Reference