ed de jongh

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Recent posts by ed de jongh

Thanks Brian, the IIOP only helps if I have Java clients, which is not necessarily the case, so that route is unfortunately not an option. I thought about an Apache server, but that just makes deployment that much more of an issue for the non tech end user.
The point is I want to make this as easy as possible for anyone to call from any language without the use of CORBA, SOAP etc. as it makes an essentially simple product more complex from the clients perspective. I think I'm going to just go straight Sockets, (readBytes()) on this one as there doesn't seem to be an easier/more generic way for any client to connect without some 3rd party product.
Thanks again
ed
17 years ago
Hi I have a program that does certain validations and returns valid or invalid status. Currently I use CORBA to call this component from anywhere, however I feel that there must be a much simpler method than this. I need to deploy this Jar and have it called from basically any language/client with the least integration/setup hassle possible. I've thought about standard sockets and IO Byte reading, even HTTP. There must be a simpler way. One common factor is that almost every client will be windows based.
I need some lateral alternatives please.
ed
17 years ago
Hi just made it.... none the less it was my first attempt. Thanks to everyone at the ranch for your help. I've never been good at taking exams, but this one was trickier than most. A word of warning do not underestimate it. I've been coding java for about 3 and a half years now and cramming for this exam made me realise just how many bad habits I've developed. Having said that though I think it also depends on the exam questions you get. I was getting 80% + in most of the mocks (thanks Dylan, Dan and Marcus),
so good luck to everyone else.
17 years ago
Hi I would like to know what the three rules (as per (Don) of hashcode are etc. Any pointers to tutorials etc would b gr8
ed