I need some help on my application design/architecture
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Posted By:   Aboo_Bolaky
Posted On:   Friday, April 2, 2004 05:11 AM

hello all i need some help from u guys.. im actually about to design a distributed service provider across a LAN..users register at a service provider server and then receive messages through their pc..eg. soccer results,alert system (like...send me a msg to my pc telling me that i need to check my mail at 16:30 on 03/10/2004...basically this involves creating a server which actually implements the services and monitor each user logging on the client side..i have to build the system using java... i would rather opt to use JMS with the publish subscribe model in the J2EE environment..i have downloaded the SunOne application server bundle which includes Sun Message Queue as JMS provider. i can run examples clearly on the sa   More>>

hello all


i need some help from u guys..
im actually about to design a distributed service provider across a LAN..users register at a service provider server and then receive messages through their pc..eg. soccer results,alert system (like...send me a msg to my pc telling me that i need to check my mail at 16:30 on 03/10/2004...basically this involves creating a server which actually implements the services and monitor each user logging on the client side..i have to build the system using java...


i would rather opt to use JMS with the publish subscribe model in the J2EE environment..i have downloaded the SunOne application server bundle which includes Sun Message Queue as JMS provider. i can run examples clearly on the same machine..even the pub sub examples..when when it comes to different machines on a network, i cant figure out how to do it...and i can say that there is not enough documentation for that.


my server program will be on a pc that hosts the application server and the jms provider.then the clients (possibly a swing application: clients on different machines on a LAN) will connect to the server and then receive the messages...i m going to use message driven beans...but are there any additional configs on the client side?i mean i dont need the jms provider on the client side or the application server..is there a way so that i can address remote object through JNDI? because i want the client to be as thin as possible..i mean if i run the clients on 5 machines...doesnt mean that i have to install the application server and JMS provider on 5 machines??
im at loss...can you plz give me some light about how to design the system?


thx a lot in advance..
Regards,
Ab

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