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tcp server to serve http reqs

im making a tcp server and tcp client to exchange Http messages is it
possible? if so how

from what i know that Http is an app protocol and sits above TCP so how
can i take advantage of that in .Net in building a tcp server app that
serves Http requests or messages?

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Nov 15 '05 #1
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You can do this quite easy, you just need to speak "HTTP 1.1".

Try to look for examples with java, there should be many around.

About HTTP : http://www.perlfect.com/articles/http.shtml

And here a java web server example :
http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2...webserver.html

A normal Web Server can handle about 800 HTTP request per second, I often
wonderd how many can be handled if you make you own simple HTTP server .
Please tell me here in this thread if you find out.

Best Regards

Anders Both, Denmark.


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im making a tcp server and tcp client to exchange Http messages is it
possible? if so how

from what i know that Http is an app protocol and sits above TCP so how
can i take advantage of that in .Net in building a tcp server app that
serves Http requests or messages?

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Nov 15 '05 #2

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