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Hello everybody

I need an advice from some guru out there. I have imagined the following

I have a servlet on my server. It starts and waits for incoming requests
from clients on some port. So the connection would be a socket.

On the other hand I have an applet on the same server. When the client
requests for it, the he gets it. In the code for the applet there is, at the
beginning, the connection to the servlet below with a socket connection.
When connected the Servlet will register the address of the client-applet in
some map.

Now, the applet on the client while have a loop in which it waits the client
to say something in the mic. The data will be captured with the help of
JavaSound. When The client says something, the applet captures the audio
data and will send it to the servlet. The servlet now, will check for all
the connected clients(applets) and will forward the audio data to them.

So, more or less is what I have imagined. Is this possible, you think?

What I want is to avoid JMF, avoid security issues, avoid to run in a
standalone application, and the neeed for the client to install extra stuff.
Do you think this is possible?


Jul 17 '05 #1
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