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From Trustin Lee <>
Subject Re: [Mina] Dynamic message detection
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2005 01:16:25 GMT
2005/6/16, Bharath Sundararaman <>: 
> Hi all,
> I would like to write a small client-server application where a server
> will be able to dynamically decode packets sent by a client. For
> example, some parts of the message sent by client can be of a different
> type each time; I looked at the Sum up client example and I saw that it
> requires some of the classes from Netty. Do I need Netty for an
> application of this nature?

 SumUp example only demonstrates how to migrate Netty applications to MINA 
applications with minimal effort. You'll have to use 
DemuxingProtocolCodecFactory. It looks very similar with how Netty decodes 
and encodes messages, but DemuxingProtocolCodecFactory is more clear.
 You'll have to take a look at DemuxingProtocolCodecFactory, MessageEncoder, 
and MessageDecoder.

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