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Creating a Messeging System

 
Rajiv Sharma
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Hi,
i want to create a secured messeging application in Java.
I need to now is there any secured and free messeging client/server i can use for my application.
Thanks
 
Manpreet Singh
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Hi,
>>i want to create a secured messeging application in Java.
There are JMS servers available for creating such applications.
Apart from JMS servers you may try, Kizna Syncshare http://www.kizna.org
, its open source, developed by Kizna Corporation, Japan. in technical collaboration with Eyesmax Software, New Delhi.

>>I need to now is there any secured and free messeging client/server i can use for my application.
Could you explain more abt the t
ype of application you are developing??
If you need more information abt the server, i would be pleased to help you.
Regards,
Manpreet
Research Engineer
Eyesmax Software
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Rajiv Sharma
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thanks for prompt reply...
I will check kizna.org.
By the way anybody used this Kizna thing .
 
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Manpreet Singh
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Hey!
Kizna is a wonderful product, its recently been open sourced, and we have developed lot of applications using Kizna Syncshare Server.
You can check, Enterprise Collaboration tool, its developed by our R&D team. Its going great, the product allows you to do Project Management, Share Documents/Images with secured realtime online Messaging apart from other features. Just check the site and you can see the life Kizna has given to the product.
I am open to your more questions
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Manpreet
manpreet@eyesmaxsoftware.com Eyesmax Software
 
Rajiv Sharma
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Hi ,
I tried www.ecollab.com its wonderfull.
But i want to make some thing different .
I just downloaded the Kizna Server can you tell me but found it difficult to play with it .
1)Is there any administration tool to manage Kizna Server.
2)How does kizna server makes 100% sure of message delivery.
3)How many types of messages are being supported.
4)Does this server supports XML Format of messaging.
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Rajiv
 
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Hi,
>>1)Is there any administration tool to manage Kizna Server.
Yes ( though under construction), it would be available by next week on sourceforge.net, its open source :-)
>>2)How does kizna server makes 100% sure of message delivery.
Kizna makes sure that even if the client is not connected to the server the message is not lost, whenever the client is connected he would receive the message.
>>3)How many types of messages are being supported.
You may have an Key/Pair type of message ( something like XML) or a Java Serialized object being transmitted as an object
>>4)Does this server supports XML Format of messaging.
As i wrote above, Kizna does support Key/Pair type of messaging.
 
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