Xholon with non-xholon classes

Ken Webb 2010-03-04T13:14:50Z

The Java classes that are part of the hierarchical structure in a Xholon application need to directly or indirectly implement the IXholon interface. If a Xholon application is asked to load a class that does not do this, the Xholon framework will first transform the byte code of the class to the correct format, or will embed the class within a Xholon proxy.

For an example, see the HelloWorld_Clone sample application.

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