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Sockets and Internet Protocols
Joined: Aug 17, 2007
Aug 20, 2007 00:33:00
I have a doubt in
I have two clients, Lets say ClientA, ClientB and a
program(port opened ex :port no.4545
My Question is
Can ClientB only sends message to Server?
Can ClientA only receive message from Server?
Now Server has to do the following
1. Receive message from ClientA (behind some process
2. Send that processed message to ClientB.
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Aug 20, 2007 01:47:00
Welcome to JavaRanch.
Socket communication is generally two-way communication. As long as a client is connected to the server, both sides can send and receive. Furthermore, if the server is properly multi-threaded, then both clients A and B can do so at the same time.
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