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Peer-to-Peer technology in Java

 
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I want to implement Peer-to-Peer technology in Java.

I want to pass an information from one computer/peer to another computer/peer.

Every computer in network should recieve and send the information to nearer one.
You should not use client/server technology.

Suggest me which package, framework to be used to implement?

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Check out project JXTA and optionally the p2psockets subproject.
 
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Thanks Jelle


I ll go with 'p2psockets' of JXTA to implement this.

Am I choose the right the correct one Jelle?

 
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Well, depending on the functionality you need from the JXTA framework, P2PSockets can be a useful abstraction.
It will shield you from a lot of the complexity that comes with adopting the JXTA framework.
 
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