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  1. #1
    ice Guest

    How to develop distributed application with JAVA?

    Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    Thanks for any suggestion.



  2. #2
    Ako Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?


    You can iether use java RMI or CORBA

    Ako



    "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    >Thanks for any suggestion.
    >
    >



  3. #3
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?

    Or HTTP. It depends on the application.

    PC2

    "Ako" <ays73@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:3b3c63eb$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > You can iether use java RMI or CORBA
    >
    > Ako
    >
    >
    >
    > "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    > >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    > >Thanks for any suggestion.
    > >
    > >

    >




  4. #4
    Patrick Lacson Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?

    or xml-rpc, soap

    Ako wrote:
    >
    > You can iether use java RMI or CORBA
    >
    > Ako
    >
    > "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    > >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    > >Thanks for any suggestion.
    > >
    > >


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    </Patrick>
    http://patrick.lacson.org
    patrick@lacson.org

  5. #5
    mark Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?


    Speaking of XML-RPC\SOAP does anyone know of a lite (and cheap) xml parser
    implementation? I need to run an app in a browser - applet with plugin.
    I've used the xerxes implementation but it is a really slow download over
    a slow connection. It is real quick on my local machine and on a Intranet.
    I wish Sun would include xml in the plugin.

    Mark

    Patrick Lacson <patrick@lacson.org> wrote:
    >or xml-rpc, soap
    >
    >Ako wrote:
    >>
    >> You can iether use java RMI or CORBA
    >>
    >> Ako
    >>
    >> "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    >> >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    >> >Thanks for any suggestion.
    >> >
    >> >

    >
    >--
    ></Patrick>
    >http://patrick.lacson.org
    >patrick@lacson.org



  6. #6
    Patrick Lacson Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?

    Mark,

    Have you tried the jakarta group's XML parser? It's bundled with Tomcat
    3.x It contains both a SAX and DOM parser.

    Also regarding Sun prvodiing XML, jdk 1.4 is supposed to include a lot
    of the libraries that are currently optional modules (e.g. jsse,
    javamail, jaxp, etc..) So expect jdk1.4 to be very fat.

    -P

    mark wrote:
    >
    > Speaking of XML-RPC\SOAP does anyone know of a lite (and cheap) xml parser
    > implementation? I need to run an app in a browser - applet with plugin.
    > I've used the xerxes implementation but it is a really slow download over
    > a slow connection. It is real quick on my local machine and on a Intranet.
    > I wish Sun would include xml in the plugin.
    >
    > Mark
    >
    > Patrick Lacson <patrick@lacson.org> wrote:
    > >or xml-rpc, soap
    > >
    > >Ako wrote:
    > >>
    > >> You can iether use java RMI or CORBA
    > >>
    > >> Ako
    > >>
    > >> "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    > >> >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    > >> >Thanks for any suggestion.
    > >> >
    > >> >

    > >
    > >--
    > ></Patrick>
    > >http://patrick.lacson.org
    > >patrick@lacson.org


    --
    </Patrick>
    http://patrick.lacson.org
    patrick@lacson.org

  7. #7
    mark Guest

    Re: How to develop distributed application with JAVA?


    Patrick,
    Thanks. No I haven't. I will look into it. I did find another parser
    called Electric XML (www.themindelectric.com). The jar is only 48k and seems
    very easy to use on initial usage.

    Mark

    Patrick Lacson <patrick@lacson.org> wrote:
    >Mark,
    >
    >Have you tried the jakarta group's XML parser? It's bundled with Tomcat
    >3.x It contains both a SAX and DOM parser.
    >
    >Also regarding Sun prvodiing XML, jdk 1.4 is supposed to include a lot
    >of the libraries that are currently optional modules (e.g. jsse,
    >javamail, jaxp, etc..) So expect jdk1.4 to be very fat.
    >
    >-P
    >
    >mark wrote:
    >>
    >> Speaking of XML-RPC\SOAP does anyone know of a lite (and cheap) xml parser
    >> implementation? I need to run an app in a browser - applet with plugin.
    >> I've used the xerxes implementation but it is a really slow download

    over
    >> a slow connection. It is real quick on my local machine and on a Intranet.
    >> I wish Sun would include xml in the plugin.
    >>
    >> Mark
    >>
    >> Patrick Lacson <patrick@lacson.org> wrote:
    >> >or xml-rpc, soap
    >> >
    >> >Ako wrote:
    >> >>
    >> >> You can iether use java RMI or CORBA
    >> >>
    >> >> Ako
    >> >>
    >> >> "ice" <nkfd@263.net> wrote:
    >> >> >Which technology should be selected to develop distributed application?
    >> >> >Thanks for any suggestion.
    >> >> >
    >> >> >
    >> >
    >> >--
    >> ></Patrick>
    >> >http://patrick.lacson.org
    >> >patrick@lacson.org

    >
    >--
    ></Patrick>
    >http://patrick.lacson.org
    >patrick@lacson.org



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