Cool! Could you elaborate?
We're using it for RMI between Swing clients and the server. Blob handling/streaming is something we're keenly interested in.
I use remoting for the swing client to communicate with the application server in my open source EMR (electronic medical record) see http://www.patientos.org
The additional functionality I would like is for the server to be able to stream files to the client - I do not want to pass URLs or use HTTP - rather the logical inverse of the existing client streaming functionality.
This way multiple physicians can download files securely without blowing out the server memory.
I am currently working on the design for Remoting 3, and I'd like to hear what the end-users of Remoting are using it for, or what you'd LIKE to use it for, and what features (like transports for example) are most useful to you. Also, please share what features you think are missing, that you'd like to see in future versions.
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I am using it for our IVR (Interactive Voice Response) program. I use it to get the data input stream from the socket sent by the IVR and send back the response to the IVR. Thanks for this great JBoss Remoting project, we are able to reduce boiler plate codes, although we still have some issue as we can not get the invocation handler to be deployed on JBoss AS. Until now we are using the Simple server as standalone apps to handle the streams from the IVR.
I'm developing a SwingClient Application. Migration of a very old system developed in MUMPS, it's a old SGBD's without a TABLES and COLUMS, plus this structure is very familiar a OO like a graf, very pratice e ease to concern but is DEPRECATED in business world.
In the moment i have a 2nd task, CREATE a friend programmer interface to MORTAL programmers , simplification in SWING LISTENERS and INJECTING REMOTE ENTITYS in UI.
Scuse-me for my very poor English
Due to the projects I am working for I am interested in:
- a reliable, secure and fast solution to transport data over the network with a very small effort from developer's perspective (generally this should be used in healthcare IT software).
- contributing to such a solution (I have an ongoing PhD in industrial remote monitoring and control).
I'd say that JBoss remoting fulfills some of the needs.
So, to conclude:
- (particularly) IT software in healthcare area;
- (generally) java remote invocations (I am very interested in JBoss remoting 3).