10 Oct Tail F Agent Agreement
The Committee of Commercial Agencies – the committee of first instance responsible for hearing disputes relating to registered agency agreements – and on appeal have proved to be efforts to support this protected position of local agents. The crucial point that manufacturers who want to avoid this “thorn in the tail” is that all this can be avoided (or at least mitigated) from the start. End of maintenance and end of support definitions as well as the schedule are available here: www.tail-f.com/confd-eos-eom/. In reality, manufacturers should keep in mind that this dynamic also applies to any agreement that can be registered in the registry, even if it is not registered, since it is likely that the first thing an agent would try to do in the event of a dispute is the registration of the agreement. The basic architectural idea behind ConfD is to have an agent running that, unlike agents equipped with stub generators, can be easily extended with new functions. ConfD has an integrated configuration database and interfaces that are immediately operational to the north. As a developer, you add ConfD functions by writing data models. The models are loaded in ConfD and the database schema and north interfaces are automatically rearranged. For added data models, no implementation of Stub is required.
Developers associate configuration changes with instrumentation by subscribing to database change notifications. This process makes it possible to use agile methods and keep all northern interfaces synchronized. As noted above, the relevant agency legislation sets out the requirements necessary to enable the registration of an agreement. . . .