Abstract: Service personalization is an important issue in software applications. It consists in providing the capabilities to accommodate applications to the user`s requirements and preferences such as technological restrictions, mobility requirements, resources constraints, etc. To perform such personalization, users need to have flexible applications that are easily configurable and/or adaptable even in runtime. In this paper we present our experiment to ensure a dynamic and advanced personalization in component-based applications. We first elaborate a fine grain taxonomy showing the variety of applications personalization. Based on this taxonomy, we remark that it is interesting to tackle this concept at the middleware level rather than the applications level. To validate our approach, we have set up an architecture to personalize applications using the Enterprise JavaBeans technology.
Zahi Jarir and Mohammed Erradi , 2004. Dynamic Personalization in Component-Based Application . Asian Journal of Information Technology, 3: 762-766.