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Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
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Hello to all!!
I m using Rmi for my distributed application but i m facing problem to select the application which should be easy to implement n distributed among the clients.........
Basically,there is a concept regarding clusters in which application will be broken into small chunks n then clients using their resources n give response to the servers..........
I m thinking abt using "Factorial application" but i ve some doubt abt it....So can anyone guide me good breaking application for this distributed environment.........n if there any good sample code related to tht approach so plz give it to me then i will understand it easily.......plz help me in this regard.........
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Idly Vada
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Joined: Sep 02, 2003
Posts: 135
I have a system to suggest.
Distributed voting system. In this voting is performed at several places. After the voting time is over, winner is declared by collecting vote statistics from all distributed clients.
Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
Posts: 33
Hello!!!
It's really a good idea.......but u might b taking Lan as consideration but in my case i want to make my application over WAN based Cluster.......
now tell me is it possible,if so , then wht will b the scenario behind it.........plz help me.......
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thanx
Idly Vada
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Joined: Sep 02, 2003
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I think RMI is not the way to implement distributed applications over WAN.
Firewalls at LAN boundaries does not allow remote code. And u may not be able to send object references beyond LAN.
Then u may have to choose anohter technology
Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
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Hello Narasimha,
whtever u told me, it is alright but is it possible by using RMISocketFactory with SSL to enter through firewalls, is it not so which technology will b preferable.........
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