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See How do I add a search engine to my web site? (though this covers searching your site, not the whole Internet). Running a Web Crawler is a pretty big job. Do you have a couple of terabytes of...more
Check out the Project JXTA site.
Check out the jGuru AppServer FAQ.
Check out the jGuru CORBA FAQ.
Check out the jGuru IO FAQ.
Where can I learn (more) about Java's support asynchronous and publish/subscribe messaging using JMS (Java Message Service)?
Check out the jGuru JMS FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Threads FAQ.
Check out the jGuru Jini FAQ.
Check out the jGuru TINI FAQ.
The only one I know about at this time is http://www.j-spaces.com/.
Java uses three system properties to designate an FTP proxy: ftp.useProxy, ftp.proxyHost and ftp.proxyPort. For applets, these are automatically set to use the browser's settings. However, in an a...more
There is no provision for this in the Java APIs. You'd have to write native methods to do this.
TFTP stands for Trivial File Transfer Protocol - it is unrelated to FTP. TFTP is a simple protocol to implement file transfer via UDP. Unlike FTP, TFTP does not make use of any kind of user authe...more
Some common protocols for doing this are: Daytime (RFC 867) Time (RFC 868) SNTP (RFC 2030) The FAQ at http://www.jguru.com/jguru/faq/view.jsp?EID=10435 tells you where you can find these RFCs. ...more