You don't need two machines to test, you can simply run two java applications (the client and the server) on the same machine. However, you may want to consider testing across two machines if possible to make sure you don't have any firewall/network issues.
Yes; but as long as you start applications separately, they will run under different JVMs. A system can have numerous JVMs running on it. If you start these via a command line, just open two separate command lines to start them (or start each as a background task). [ May 15, 2008: Message edited by: Mark Vedder ]
posted 12 years ago
Thanks guys for all the help... cheers
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