Difference between revisions of "Monkeys, Lemurs, and Baboons: What are they?"

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The repro design has three different feature chains
 
The repro design has three different feature chains
– Features that handle requests; may send responses or add a target to the Request Context. These are “monkeys”
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– Features that can modify requests that are generated post target selection, “baboons”
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* Features that handle requests; may send responses or add a target to the Request Context. These are “monkeys”
– Features that modify responses and the final response which is sent back to the server transaction, “lemurs”
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* Features that can modify requests that are generated post target selection, “baboons”
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* Features that modify responses and the final response which is sent back to the server transaction, “lemurs”

Latest revision as of 12:12, 5 November 2011

The repro design has three different feature chains

  • Features that handle requests; may send responses or add a target to the Request Context. These are “monkeys”
  • Features that can modify requests that are generated post target selection, “baboons”
  • Features that modify responses and the final response which is sent back to the server transaction, “lemurs”