|Re: [ecf-dev] Re: [riena-dev] Riena Update|
Scott,I looked at this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connectionless_protocol and I see what you are getting at. True connectionless protocols are based on UDP or IP. As soon as you have TCP/IP you have a connection. ok.
So I think what I meant was a protocol that does not have a persistent connection. So a connection that is kept over the lifecyle of the service proxy and is not closed after each remote service invocation.
So R-OSGi, the generic server provider and also XMPP over a XMPP server, they are all holding on to a persistent connection all the time independant of the remote service calls you are making ?
right ? christian Am 13.01.2009 um 18:13 schrieb Scott Lewis:
Hi Christian, Christian Campo wrote:Hi Jan, thanks. So that would mean you have a connected socket between the various spaces all the time. So the point from the discussion withScott that I think that this make R-OSGi a connectionoriented provider and not a connectionless provider. I am not saying this is good or badhere. Like with Webservices (say SOAP or any other protocol) over HTTP its possible to reuse a connected socket but typically you disconnect after each call and connect for the next one. Is that the correct assumption Jan ? So that makes me still wonder if there is an ECF provider currently available that is connectionless ?By this definition of connectionless, not currently. So perhaps Riena can/will/should be the first? Scott _______________________________________________ ecf-dev mailing list ecf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/ecf-dev
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