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From Brian Cook <bc...@printtime.com>
Subject Re: data push
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2005 14:38:37 GMT


Sounds like you are wanting to use the J2EE web services.  Probably SOAP.


Lionel Farbos wrote:
> You can see JMS and joram (http://joram.objectweb.org/)
> Note : Joram is embedded in Jonas (http://jonas.objectweb.org/) and Tomcat too...
> 
> On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 11:41:34 +0100
> "Darryl L. Miles" <darryl@netbauds.net> wrote:
> 
> 
>>Paul Wallace wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Thanks Len,
>>>	And what of other protocols? Are sockets then required? What are
>>>some other protocols that might be used to push/pull data? (off Tomcat I
>>>know ;))
>>>
>>>Paul.
>>>
>>> 
>>>
>>
>>I'm interested in the answer to this too.  What terms do I stick into 
>>google to find generic socket based communication systems between 
>>isolated JVMs ?   Protocols, Frameworks, something that will slot in 
>>with TC but not as raw as HTTP I want the API to be a POJO as possible 
>>but with a open / setup / work / close cycle.
>>
>>Idealy I'm really after a multiplexing (read as single socket) messaging 
>>framework that can deliver command / event like objects to a remote JVM 
>>for processing then return the appropiate reponse object and have 
>>multiple events outstanding all in different states with any sized payload.
>>
>>-- 
>>Darryl L. Miles
>>
>>
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Brian Cook
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Print Time Inc.
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