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How to Implement Socket Channel Scenarions - Explained

 
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Scenario
a. We need to interface with socket Listening System, Lets say that system name is XYZ
Our application is Insta
-Our Insta System needs a Echo Msg, Logon Message in a format to be sent to it [ ISO 8583] to XYZ in frequent intervals
- Our insta system also will send transaction procesing request ot the XYZ in socket

In the same way, XYZ system equally sends us the Echo <logon for which our system has to respond back.


Consideration
a. Our System should be designed to connect to SUch XYZ systems in future
Scenario 1
- XYZ - supports single connection only through which it will send and receive . only one connection and should support more txns per second
can we use single connection to send and receive at the same time
scenario 2
- Send using one IP Port and receive Using different IP and Port

Scenario 3
- Multiple Connections to same Ip and Port - by connection Pooling


Which is the best and efficient way for more tps and how should we start with it. Can anybody throw some light on the same.


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