DNAOS support current common User
Interface technologies, including standard Web-based with HTTP, HTML, CSS,
ECMAScrip, JSPs, Servlets, Applets, Flash, etc. DNAOS
also manage GUI component and query resources, that save time and effort
by automating design operations and helping to structure, manage, and secure
interface components. In portals, usually, there can be quite a few
GUI components to manage. These DNAOS components
are also referenced and processed by DNAOS
layout management services.
Web-based interfaces today are quite rich and undeniably practical and
ubiquitous. Administrators and architects managing and modeling rights in
complex, and evolving environments, users, services, and resources,
especially in collaborative enterprise environments, are required to
analyze, process, transform, and share large volumes of sophisticated information,
requiring more powerful client applications as well as
communication and collaboration between client and server applications.
Rich Client Interfaces
For rich client applications, DNAOS support
RMI, JMS, EJB, JINI, JSR-168, Flex/Flash, .NET and SOA interfaces.
To support portals and distributed applications and because the SOA interface
is open, standard, flexible, and powerful, DNAOS
also provide rich SOA distributed network applications (DNA) administration
and graphical virtual profile and resource modeling client applications for
administrative, architectural, and operational DNAOS work.
Direct & Batch Request Interface
DNAOS also provide XML-based command-line
and batch interface as tools mostly for (usually local) content and
system developers and managers.