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Hello All,
I am thinking of doing a program for work using sockets to communicate information to/from. What I would like to do is have a GUI-based client that uses a tcp socket to communicate to the server part on the other end. Once a user sends a command to the server, I would like for it to execute the command requested and then send the results back to the GUI. What do you think the best way to do this is? Any examples would greatly be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
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there are many solutions..
1-socket based implementation
2-HTTP socket connection
3-RMI solution
4-CORBA solution
that all depends on the requirment..
 
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maateen,
Thanks for the reply. What (in your opinion) would be the best way to go about this out the list you gave me?
 
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