Need advise on using java for RPC

Discussion in 'Java' started by kackson, Apr 14, 2004.

  1. kackson

    kackson Guest

    Hi.
    I'm new to java and web services. Appreciate if someone could give
    some advise to my question (or point me to a right newsgroup to ask).
    Thanks in advance.

    I would like to remotely invoke a program (compute.exe) that reside on
    a remote server. I have the client program called
    sendComputeCommand.exe on my local machine which is able to send a
    string command to be used as input argument for my compute.exe
    program. At this point, I am able to formulate my string command in
    the form of XML (SOAP message) and send via http to the server. But
    that's about all that I know. At the server end, what should I do? If
    I set up a webservice using J2EE, how do I invoke my compute.exe? Can
    I invoke a .exe program from within java? And how do I get the output
    of the result (which include a graph in the form of .jpg and some
    numbers) to send back to my calling client on my local machine?
    Sincerely appreciate if someone could enlighten. Thank you.
     
    kackson, Apr 14, 2004
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