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From "Rob Walker" <r...@softsell.com>
Subject Re: WebServer.java
Date Thu, 15 Aug 2002 16:16:55 GMT

> I'd rather have the stability of a full-blown, maintained servlet
> engine; XML-RPC's spec makes perfomant implementations difficult,
> anyhow.  We avoid doing performance-critical operations over XML-RPC. In
> the future, we will be using more and more Spread
> <http://www.spread.org/>, perhaps eventually via JMS
> <http://jms4spread.tigris.org/>.  We may install the XmlRpcServer as the
> RPC layer to use over Spread or JMS. -- 

Interesting - thanks for the links. I'll take a look

Performance wise, maybe our app is peculiar, but for us XML/RPC 
absolutely flies. We use it for a variety of things, but one aspect is remote 
log and stats monitoring - which generates a very high rate/volume, of short 
to medium size (http payload wise) xml/rpc calls. Once we got keep alive 
figured, xml/rpc beat the daylights out of most other things we tried - direct 
socket level, binary messaging was about the only thing to beat it, and then 
not by enough to make the loss of flexibility worthwhile.

-- Rob
SoftSell Business Systems, Ltd.
' testing solutions for a changing world '
 
+44 (20) 7488 3470
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robw@softsell.com


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