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Harsha Jay
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To support the different clients would using a protocol router a valid option? because it can be extended to service different clients.

The documentation mentions that protocol router is a type of filter

let me know your thoughts

Thanks
Harsha
[ December 30, 2004: Message edited by: Harsha Jay ]
 
Mark Egloff
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Hello Harsha

I dont' see your point regarding the protocol router? If you look at this forum most people agreed that one client is a web browser and the other a rich java client. The rich java client connects may be directly to the business layer by RMI-IIOP or JRMP. An assumption is here that all the Travel Agents are working in the same intranet as the business server.

So there is from my point of view no such need as a protocol router, but whatever your understanding is, make sure you write clearly your assumption in the documentation.

regards
Mark
 
Sebastiao Santos
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Hi,

What about the client app still using HTTPS, making calls with javax.net.ssl, and obtaining serialized XML ?

We still can grant the SSL cypher, a important requisite.

Is this a razoable solution ?

thanks
 
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