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Chat Application Architecture?

Badal Kotecha
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Joined: Sep 06, 2000
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Can anybody help me out about what could be the best architecture for developing a chat application like MSN Messenger (for intranet as well as if possible for the internet as well).
I know RMI or .net can be very useful but can anybody tell me more clearly that what threading issues and client-to-server or server-to-server communication should be taken into consideration ??
Please help me in detail.
Thx in advance
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Badal
Jack Numen
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Joined: Nov 09, 2011
Posts: 32

Hi Badal,
According to my study
There are two ways to develop Chat Application.
1.Using Sockets and Streams
2.Using JMS

Using Sockets guarantees the delivery of the message but this is often used because most of the firewalls block socket connections.
Using JMS for a chat application is an overkill because a simple chat application doesnt need J2EE architecture and on top of that it effects the application performance

 
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