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P2P applications using JXTA (JXSE) and XML

 
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Dear all,

I'm quite fascinated about P2P technologies and I've been looking at JXTA for sometime now. I want to develop a P-commerce application using JXTA to enable buyers and sellers to act as peers in a market network.
However, the http://www.jxta.org official site is now not available and I wonder If the project is discontinued? Can anyone please give me a good reference path on JXTA to implement my p-commerce application? or can anyone please suggest an alternate technology for JXTA?

Thanks in advance,
Dileepa
 
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Not sure about JXTA specifically, but Jini and JavaSpaces are now being developed as Apache River.
 
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Thanks Ulf. Appreciate your help.!
 
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