licas 4.16

An open source framework for building service-based networks (Internet-based) communication for self-optimizing autonomic services
Licas is an autonomic service communication utility that allows the user to create service based networks that can be self-optimized/self organized.

Furthermore, Licas allows its users to integrate dynamic linking between services and message passing.

Being developed using the Java programming language, Licas is a cross-platform utility that can be used on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.

Main features:

  • The capability to build distributed networks of autonomic service-based components.
  • Permanent and dynamic linking mechanisms to construct the network architecture.
  • Autonomic self-organization through a dynamic linking mechanism.
  • Password protection of the services, providing some level of security.
  • Remote communication capabilities through an XML-RPC message passing mechanism.
  • Remote object loading through a Java UrlClassLoader.
  • Service wrapper classes allowing legacy code to be loaded.
  • Framework for adding metadata and negotiation through Service Level Agreements.
  • Dynamic Web Service invocation through WSDL document parsing.
  • Compatibility with the Java mobile (J2ME) environment.

last updated on:
October 17th, 2014, 11:39 GMT
file size:
3.7 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Kieran Greer
license type:
GPL 
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
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licas - This is how you can start and configure.licas - Some admin actions are available here.licas - In this dialog you can add and configure parsers.licas - You can also make some behavior changes.
What's New in This Release:
  • More changes to the class structure in the problem solver package, to try to simplify the hierarchy. Some of the classes are probably not needed and so have been removed. Some name changes, but the same functionality.
  • A number of bug fixes in both the problem solver and ai heuristic packages. Some potentially serious ones. If something did not work before it might work now, but this cannot be guaranteed for everything. Reporting any bugs will speed this up.
  • Query form: the numerical query type should now be correctly identified
  • ServerConfig is now protected in HttpServer and so can be accessed.
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