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Re: [xmlblaster] xmlBlaster with bidirectional GIOP
Konrad Krafft wrote:
does anybody know, whether it is possible to use bidirectional GIOP
I have the problem that xmlBlaster use an extra Socket for the
the bidirectional GIOP which is implemented in JacORB 1.4b4 should solve
and allows that the callback reuses a socket which has been initialized from
the client. (Don't know how this work's???).
Property in jacorb.properties:
My question is:
Is it possible to use this feature with xmlBlaster?
Just copy the new jacorb.jar to xmlBlaster/lib/jacorb.jar
If the xmlBlaster testuite passes, you can commit the new jacorb
Our SOCKET protocol addresses exactly this issue as well.
java -jar lib/xmlBlaster.jar
java -cp lib/xmlBlaster.jar HelloWorld4 -client.protocol SOCKET
The callbacks are routed through the same socket as the requests.
This way you can tunnel firewalls.
If you need to tunnel proxies as well, try to setup httptunnel
to tunnel SOCKET through any number of firewalls/proxies.
How is the configuration for the xmlBlaster?
Does this work with Appligator? (Possibly this question should addressed to
the jacorb mailing list).
The Appligator is currently not maintained at jacorb.org, it is buggy
a unusable a.f.a.i.k.
Thanks in advance for help or discussion.