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Processing UDP (Radius) and (TCP) SOAP packets

Chandru Ganesan
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Joined: Feb 08, 2003
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Hi All

I'd like to create 2 server process within one JVM to do the following:

1. A UDP application process, that receives Radius protocol (UDP application) requests and sends a response.

I am thinking about using Datagram Socket class for this.

2. A SOAP process that receives SOAP/HTTP requests and sends a response back.

Are there classes availabe in J2SE to accept and process SOAP/XML requests.
Since I don't plan on using a Web server or Application server, can I do it using the standard packages provided by J2SE, like SAAJ, etc.

Any implementation idea is appreciated.

3. Is there a standard encode/decode tool available in Java for processing RADIUS messages.



thanks
Chandru
 
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