I am developing a Data Transfer Application involving transfer of an xml file to a remotely located computer.
I am planning to use RMI and JMS(Message Driven Bean).
I am using JAXP for generating xml file from local database and then using RMI for transfering it to a remote Weblogic Server which is running a Message Driven Bean.
Can I use rmi protocol(using naming.lookup(rmi://remoteweblogicserver:7001
)) in Java RMI client without Initial Context for remote access and t3 protocol at server side for internal transfer of that file to message driven bean?
I am facing difficulties with same. I am unable to use rmi one side and t3 on one side. It gives Connection Refused exception on either side when i test it in my LAN.
According 2 Weblogic documentation,weblogic.rmic is not generating the ImplementationServer_Proxy.class in my case.
Can t3 be securly used for remote access over internet or intranet?
Thanks in advance.