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TCP/IP Communication

 
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hi Guys,
- I have a TCP/IP application. There is a server
running on a machine. There are couple of class files
located on the same machine.
- I have a client running on another computer.
- My requirement is to make the client call the
server and the server in turn invokes different
methods from local (to the server) classes and returns
results back to the client.
- I am in the process of deciding a way for the
client to inform the server which method to invoke.
One of the problems i see is different methods could
have different signatures.
- I would like to seek your ideas/suggestions on this
part. What is the best way to accomplish this.
- I do not want to use RMI for this application.
Thanks in advance
Sudhakar
 
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Please don't post the same message to more than one forum. You obviously expect to read more than one forum - so do the people who might answer your question. This thread is now closed, all replies to the one in "Java in general (intermediate)".
 
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