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Which is the best way, to transport objects from front-end to middle-ware
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Posted By:   Ognyan_Ivanov
Posted On:   Tuesday, May 22, 2001 05:16 AM

I am evaluating an multy tier architecture,
and performing some test for achieving
the best performance. Already tryed with
object streams over HTTP and SOAP, but
still wondering, isn't there some better
way? 10X in advance for every idea.

Re: Which is the best way, to transport objects from front-end to middle-ware

Posted By:   Tim_Rohaly  
Posted On:   Friday, June 1, 2001 12:34 PM

HTTP is a very high overhead method of doing this,
and is really only useful if you have to deal with
restrictive firewalls outside your control. SOAP also
has high overhead, but is useful when dealing
with differing object models or differing application
languages in the different tiers.


Alternatives in Java are CORBA, RMI, or simple serialization
of objects over a socket. They all have their pros and
cons - the "best" is up to you to decide, given your
architecture and legacy systems.

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