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Todd Newbold
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486 objective
apply brokering to build flexible systems
Are they referring to abstract superclasses or a Object Request Broker (ORB)?
Thanks
Bhagvan Kommadi
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I think it is related to ORB's

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Kyle Brown
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No, it's not related to Object Request Brokers (I know -- I helped review this test for IBM many moons ago). They're talking about a general design pattern of wrapping infrastructure logic (like database access) inside of a set of special-purpose classes that hide that logic from your domain model.
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Todd Newbold
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Thanks for the reply.
I will take test 486 again next year. I am really going to study the GRASP patterns extensively. Thanks.
 
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