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what techonolgy to support XML data in Distributed system or process

 
kannan D V
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Hi ,

we have an application that is an distributed environment.
Each process is java process.
The process communicate each other using CORBA api's.
we has a new requirement, that each process should communicate suing XML data.


is there any protocol or technology that supports both remote calls and also XML data exchange between the process.


i am using java 1.5, linux server for developement


please suggest me the solution!

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Kannan D V
 
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Howdy, Kannan!

So, tell us champion, how is your environment? Is there a web server? Is it possible for you to use web services?
 
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"kannan D V", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter. Thanks.
 
kannan D V
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Environment : Multiple java process communicate via CORBA
Java 1.5 API
Linux server

currently there is no web server in our application.

is any further information required?


 
Paul Santa Maria
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Hi -

Q: is there any protocol or technology that supports both remote calls and also XML data exchange between the process?


A: You mean like SOAP ?

At a minimum, you definitely want to look at Xerces (if you're not already familiar with it):
http://members.fortunecity.com/seagull98/XML.html

http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/xerces/

At a somewhat higher level, Axis can be your friend:

http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/Axis/

http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/user-guide.html

Finally, there are alternatives to SOAP. For example, you might consider "RESTful Webservices for Java (JAX-RS):

http://www.vogella.de/articles/REST/article.html

 
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If you have a new requirement about the communication protocol then I suggest you check with the person who stated that requirement because my guess is that the person also has requirements about which standards to use. There is probably an underlying reason for this requirement, you should try to get to that.
 
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