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Christopher Mckulka

from Longmont, CO
Age ~48

Christopher Mckulka Phones & Addresses

  • Longmont, CO
  • Sammamish, WA
  • Kiona, WA
  • Issaquah, WA
  • Woodinville, WA
  • Rochester Hills, MI

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Us Patents

A Standard Communication Interface For Server-Side Filter Objects

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US Patent:
2007024, Oct 11, 2007
Filed:
Mar 31, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/278390
Inventors:
Michal Piaseczny - Bellevue WA,
Christopher McKulka - Woodinville WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 3/00
US Classification:
715700000
Abstract:
A filter object comprising a standard sending interface consumed from an object framework to send at least one filter value to at least one consumer object supported by the object framework and a user interface to allow a user to configure a connection between the filter object and a consumer object. A developer may create a consumer object with a receiving interface such that the consumer object may accept filter values in order to filter the data it may display to a user. However, a filter developer may create a filter object with a sending interface such that the filter object may send a filter value to consuming objects that implement a similar receiving interface. If the consumer object does not implement a receiving interface compatible with the filter object, the consumer object may not be able to receive filter values from the filter object. A server-side object framework implementing a standard communication interface may allow a filter object consuming a standard sending interface and a consumer object consuming a standard receiving interface to communicate.

Common Communication Framework For Network Objects

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US Patent:
2007023, Oct 4, 2007
Filed:
Mar 31, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/278392
Inventors:
Michal Piaseczny - Bellevue WA,
Christopher McKulka - Woodinville WA,
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709219000
Abstract:
A computer implemented system comprising a server-side object framework implementing a standard communication interface, a filter object to send a filter value over the standard communication interface, and a consumer object to receive the filter value over the standard communication interface. A developer may create a consumer object with a receiving interface such that the consumer object may accept filter values in order to filter the data it may display to a user. However, a filter developer may create a filter object with a sending interface such that the filter object may send a filter value to consuming objects that implement a similar receiving interface. If the consumer object does not implement a receiving interface compatible with the filter object, the consumer object may not be able to receive filter values from the filter object. A server-side object framework implementing a standard communication interface may allow a filter object consuming a standard sending interface and a consumer object consuming a standard receiving interface to communicate.
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