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IPC in Java

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I need to port a C++/Linux program to Java, but cannot find a good match as
I used Linux "Named Pipe". I've been studying much on Linux and decided to
Named Pipe for my app's multi-processes to communicate.

But now, since I try to port to Java and search for the same in Java, it
doesn't seems those methods are well matches with what I have in C++. (I
have high volume of threads to spawn and they talk to each other
extensively. )

I have the following on my plate:
1.RMI - Believe can do the job, but afraid it would cause performance hit.
2.CORBA - overkill, no need language independency, pure Java is find.
3.Socket - Ah! That means I need to go back and fro with the networking
module (which is unnecessary), not to mention port exhaustion, security all

Please help me out, shield some light on me !

Many many thank !


Jul 17 '05 #1
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