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ID: 16932, JSockets V1.9.6

by Photine Kaklamanos Email: Anonymous


JSockets is an HTTP-tunneling socket solution that delivers Java applets and business objects from the application server to the Internet.
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For JBuilder, Version 1.0  to 6.0 156 downloads
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Updated on Wed, 07 Nov 2001 14:15:54 GMT
Originally uploaded on Wed, 07 Nov 2001 08:45:59 GMT
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JSockets is available for evaluation and purchase from ComponentSource. Developers can purchase, sell and learn how to build reusable software components for Borland JBuilder™ at ComponentSource, a global marketplace and community for software components and tools.

Java programs that use sockets typically work very well on an Intranet, but have problems when deployed on the Internet. Clients trying to use the application are typically behind firewalls and proxies that won’t allow a socket connection back to the server. JSockets was developed to address this problem.

Unlike other HTTP-tunneling socket solutions, JSockets supports full-duplex communication, even allowing a client to listen for connections from other JSockets clients. This allows developers of Java applets to ignore problems with firewalls, proxies, and reverse proxies without sacrificing the flexibility of socket-style communications.

JSockets provides a set of classes on both the client and the server end to allow the entire socket conversation to be carried on over HTTP or HTTPS. On the server side, an all-Java server handles the bookkeeping and session tracking for all incoming JSocket connections, connecting on their behalf to the actual service.

The JSockets client classes are a sub-class of the java.net.Sockets class. This allows your client programmer to use the familiar sockets paradigm and any classes they already have to facilitate communication over sockets. The "special" socket (JSocket) deals with packaging up the data sent to the socket and "posting" it through an HTTP request to the web server.

The evaluation is time-limited.

Evaluate and buy JSockets from: www.ComponentSource.com/JBuilder6

For more information, see www.ComponentSource.com/JBuilder6

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