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Hi all.
I want to learn about P2P in Java (JXTA) but I don't know where and how to start..
I have WinXP Pro, SDK 5.0 .
I visited jxta.org but I found a projects like : shell, xmlrpc,instantp2p ...
so, can you tell me what to download ? any good tutorials for a fresh starters like me...
thanks ...
 
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JXTA is still pretty new, so there's not much information out there on it... it looks like the document to learn the background and architecture of JXTA is located here, but it doesn't look too noobie friendly...
 
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I downloaded a zip file called : jxta-lib-2.3.1.zip
should I download the shell ?
 
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The JXTA Programming Guide on the site lists the following JAR files as required to run their HelloWorld example -
jxta.jar
jxtasecurity.jar
jxtaptls.jar
log4j.jar
minimalBC.jar
cryptix-asn1.jar
cryptix32.jar

Some of these are core JXTA JARs, provided by jxta.org and needed for any JXTA application. Some of them are 3rd party JARs needed for various dependencies, or just for the HelloWorld application.

I don't think Shell is required for a JXTA application (unless your application is built on top of Shell or has dependencies on it).
 
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