[kepler-dev] Re: Dynamically adding properties (attributes) to the relation ......
Jagan.Kommineni at infotech.monash.edu.au
Sun Dec 26 16:14:46 PST 2004
As I have shown you at the SC2004 conference, GriddLeS environment
permits you to connect the applications over the grid without source
modification. When we submit jobs to different grid nodes, the
GriddLeS environment automatically transmits the data from one model
to the another. It is possible to configure the experiment to transmit
the data during the execution or at the end of the execution. Some
applications would be benefited when we transmit data progressively
especially when the execution time is significant. I would like to make
use of the relation property to specify this type of information.
Ilkay Altintas wrote:
> Hi Jagan,
> Could you give an example? what exactly do you wanna add to the relation?
> Do you need a new constructor or overwrite its constructor?
> On Dec 21, 2004, at 5:12 PM, jagan wrote:
>> References: <200412211640.iBLGeCRR028721 at maury.eecs.berkeley.edu>
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>> Hi Ilkay, Christpher,
>> Would you mind to give me some information for adding
>> properties (attributes) to the relation at the time when actrs
>> connecting graphically. I know it is possible to add properties
>> dynamically by right clicking during the design phase. In the GriddLeS
>> project I need to pass some information which is more integrated to
>> the relation rather than actor. I want this happen automatically when
>> user tries to connect actors. I will appreciate if you could give some
>> clues in this aspect.
>> with regards,
>> Jagan Kommineni
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