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From Bhaskar <bhas...@yahoo-inc.com>
Subject Re: Using Tomcat for communicating direct TCP/IP?
Date Thu, 30 Jun 2005 09:48:26 GMT
Keke,
if it is within intranet then you can try Tibco RV (uses udp so it 
should be faster than tcp). It is robust and proven

Bhaskar

Keijo Lehto wrote:

>Hi Bhaskar,
>
>I've understood (please correct me if I'm wrong) that both JavaSpaces
>and RMI are somewhat Java-specific techniques.
>
>My usage scenario doesn't involve Java clients. In fact, the
>communication between the clients and the server has been limited to a
>predefined text-based protocol (basically just a very simple
>request-response model with ASCII text messages).
>
>BR,
>- keke
>
>On 6/29/05, Bhaskar <bhaskar@yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
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>>Have you given any thoughts on using RMI or JavaSpaces?
>>
>>Bhaskar
>>
>>Keijo Lehto wrote:
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>>>Hi,
>>>
>>>I'm currently working on implementing a Java server, which (in
>>>nutshell) listens to certain TCP ports, reads input, processes the
>>>data and sends output back to the client depending on how the input
>>>processing went.
>>>
>>>Now, instead of reinventing the wheel, I was wondering whether I could
>>>somehow (easily, if possible) use Tomcat to do just that ie. leave all
>>>HTTP stuff away and just simply forward all data to a servlet or
>>>something similar. My goal with this approach would be to be able to
>>>use the robust connection handling, database pooling etc. of Tomcat.
>>>
>>>Should this be possible, I'd appreciate any pointers (documentation,
>>>tutorials...) on how to continue.
>>>
>>>BR,
>>>Keke
>>>
>>>PS. I'd very much be interested in hearing about other robust server
>>>frameworks, too, if that doesn't go too OT. :-)
>>>
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