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[ecf-dev] which ECF protocol to use?
- From: David Donohue <dd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 06:15:10 -0400
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I would like help with my strategy toward using ECF, if you would be
so kind. I plan to have a central UI client, which might be an OSGi
bundle and it might not. This client would communicate with many OSGi
servers, which provide data lookup functions for the client. I would
like these servers to be maximally secure, so I was planning to avoid
use of a protocol that could be contacted using HTTP. I would like
the communication to be as fast as possible. I would like to possibly
share Java objects, and definitely share Strings of data in XML or
Can you tell me any advice on these?
* which ECF protocol to select, that can be used as easily as
possible by non-OSGi clients, for maximal speed and security?
* does your experience favor any syntax of communicating data, for
maximal speed? XML? other?