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Part II - RMI or SSL over TCP/IP

 
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I am still confused over this problem.

How does a Java client talk to ejb on an application server ? Should use RML? but if ssl access is required, is there protocol for SSL over TCP/IP?

THanks for any help
 
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Java clients can use RMI/IIOP or JRMP/IIOP to access enterprise beans.JRMP can also use SSL.

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SSL is actually a framework
and in case of say HTTPS , FTPS it is at the top of TCP-IP or UDP-IP

EITHER iiop or jrmp must also use the tcp-ip, udp-ip or any other transport-network suites available....
 
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