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Hi,
I am trying to design a RMI-J2EE architecture
- The clients are Swing applications which communicate to the server via RMI.
- The backend is a combination of xml-rpc based web-services and EJB components.
What is an efficient scalable design for the RMI clients to access the backend.
These are the constraints
- Session handling is required
- There may be firewalls so HTTP Tunneling may be required.
- Performance, security and scalability are critical
Essentially I am looking for a good J2EE design using Swing/RMI rather than HTML/JSP
Regards
Tellis
 
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