RMI, JINI or RMI/IIOP

Discussion in 'Java' started by Buu Nguyen, Aug 25, 2004.

  1. Buu Nguyen

    Buu Nguyen Guest

    Hi everyone,

    Our company is gonna develop a distributed Java project with thin
    Swing UI. We are considering the technology to use. In the course of
    performance, which technology, in the 3 RMI, JINI and RMI/IIOP, is
    better? It's best if someone can tell which is the commonly used
    technology in our case?

    Thanks and regards!
     
    Buu Nguyen, Aug 25, 2004
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  2. Buu Nguyen

    Sudsy Guest

    Buu Nguyen wrote:
    > Hi everyone,
    >
    > Our company is gonna develop a distributed Java project with thin
    > Swing UI. We are considering the technology to use. In the course of
    > performance, which technology, in the 3 RMI, JINI and RMI/IIOP, is
    > better? It's best if someone can tell which is the commonly used
    > technology in our case?


    If you'll ever need to communicate with legacy applications then you'll
    probably want to go for IIOP. It lets you speak CORBA. RMI is fairly
    straight-forward but limits you to Java (in most cases). Don't know
    nuthin about JINI, sorry...
     
    Sudsy, Aug 25, 2004
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