Latha Kalaga

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Thanks Bill for the response. Since Element is an interface, I am not sure how it is serialized. Besides, when I execute the service, I get the following runtime exception. Any thoughts?
Exception in thread "main" electric.util.WrappedException: SOAPException( Server: java.io.IOException: no argument constructor is missing. java.lang.IllegalAccessException: org/apache/xerces/dom/ElementImpl )
at electric.proxy.handler.Proxy.getCompatibleException(Unknown Source)
at electric.proxy.handler.Proxy.invoke(Unknown Source)
at electric.util.proxy.proxy3.InvocationAdaptor.invoke(Unknown Source)
at $Proxy0.getManagedCsr(Unknown Source)
at com.qwest.csrmWS.Invoke.main(Invoke.java:75)

Thanks,
Latha
[ September 17, 2002: Message edited by: Latha Kalaga ]
20 years ago
Hi,
I like to create a web service that accepts a XML document as input and returns XML document as output. I am trying to deploy this in GLUE environment.
Any ideas? So far I have come across documentation that discusses how to deploy a web service that accepts input in rpc style. This web service accepts a xerces document as input.
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Thanks Iain. I found a jabberd-howto. Is there a URL where I can find the table of contents of your book. I am curious as to what all is covered. Amazon does not seem to have the table of contents.
Thanks
From the earlier posts, I gather I can run my own personal Jabber server. How do I configure to talk to Yahoo IM?
Thanks,
Latha
Can Jabber use HTTP as the transport such than I do not have to use WinJab or Gabber clients?
Secondly, what kind of security is supported in Jabber?
Thanks,
Latha
Hi Mauro,
My understanding is that you add a new mime type to your browser such that when it comes across a JNLP link, it knows what to do.
What is a JNLP file? I thought through Web Start, you can only deliver jar files.
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Thanks Mauro for the response. From reading through this forum and referring to the FAQs, it looks like the Web Start facilitates automatic deployment of latest versions of the software. As an end user,
(1) Will I know when the latest version is deployed?
(2) Do I have an option to skip a specific version?
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Mauro,
Under what practical conditions one would use Web Start to deploy applications from a CD? It looks like you loose the ability to get seamless access to the latest versions of the software via Web (unless there is a way to specify the URL from where the Web Start can access the latest versions.)
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Thanks Hema. I guess undocumented properties do wonders
Latha
20 years ago
Arun,
From Java Web Start FAQ, it looks like Web Start enables developers to deploy Java applications to end-users by making the applications available on a standard Web server. By using any Web browser, end-users can launch the applications. It does not mention anything about using Web Start to deploy locally.
Hope this helps.
Latha
20 years ago
Can WebStart support user interactions to customize the deployment (install path, etc..)?
Secondly, can it support rollback to previous versions if the deployment fails. This is often the requirement when we are deploying applications in to production.
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Here is an excerpt taken from JXTA Platform which states

JXTA is designed to be independent of transport protocols. It can be implemented on top of TCP/IP, HTTP, Bluetooth, HomePNA, and many other protocols. This means that a system built on top of JXTA, functions in the same fashion when the system is expanded to a new networking environment or to a new class of devices, as long as there is a correct transport protocol handler for the new networking protocol. The protocols defined in this document can be realized over the Internet, a corporate intranet, a dynamic proximity network, in a home networking environment, or even within a single computer.


Hope that clears up the speculation of AppleTalk / SNA protocols etc.
I welcome any comments from Sing Li on this topic.
Latha
20 years ago
I am not sure whether I fully understand the term, "pervasive Internet". Every kind of networking does depend on some means of transport and the most popular protocol is TCP/IP. I have found an article Project JXTA: An Open, Peer-to-Peer Collaboration Platform using Java and XML
which states that JXTA can be implemented independent of a transport protocol (ie., internet, intranet, private-network, etc)
My 2 cents - JXTA will complement the existing internet and provide an intuitive way to take advantage of P2P computing technology. The best example I can think of is asynchronous web searches that was mentioned in the above URL.
Not sure whether this helps or not, but atleast points to yet another article
Latha
[ February 14, 2002: Message edited by: Latha Kalaga ]
20 years ago
How do I become a PEER and provide a service? What are the requirements? (JXTA framework, Connection to Internet, ...)
If I were to become a PEER and join a PEER GROUP, how do I get the code for all the services offered by that PEER GROUP?
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago
Sing Li,
Thanks for the response. My understanding is JXTA provides a language independent computing platform for P2P applications to be built
The question is - prior to JXTA, how were the P2P applications built and what were the issues. I am trying to understand how JXTA helps building P2P applications.
Please correct me if I am wrong with understanding what JXTA is.
Thanks,
Latha
20 years ago