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communication b/t webserver and other application

jawwad ahmed
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Hi gurus;
Well i have to develop application in which webserver communicate with such application that don't understand http.How i will made servlet/jsp to communicate with that application(Suppose that application understand smpp which actrually my project scenario).Will be thank ful for any kind of help.
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Jawwad Ahmed
William Brogden
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You should proceed in a stepwise fashion, don't try to go directly to a servlet performing the communication. Anything an application can do a servlet can do, so get the communication running from a "desktop" application to your remote server first. (It will be much easier to debug than a servlet!) If you can make your communication component obey "JavaBeans" conventions, so much the better.
Bill
jawwad ahmed
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Do i have to do http tunneling.
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Jawwad Ahmed
 
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