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communication bw different servers

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hello sir;
let me first explain about our project:
our application has 5 type of clients-ios/android/windows phone/desktop/web.
one server for serving ech type of client.
all the five servers are how do each of the server applications(which are made in java)communicate with each other?
and we dont want to use ejb's..spring only.
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That depends on the nature of the communication - how often, how much data gets passed, etc. JMS and web services come to mind, but there are many possible approaches.
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Is there a reason you didn't create one server with 5 different interfaces? Or is it too hard to write the server connectivity code for iOS or Windows Phone in Java?
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