Mar 10th, 2011, 06:15 AM
The question is: RMI or Spring HttpInvoker?
My small (~5MB) console client application (purely java) needs to communicate with server app (also written by me).
I don't know whether plain RMI would be better than HttpInvoker?
Both of them are fast and reliable. I've heard that work with second one is much pleasant but I'm afraid that my small client would has to include all spring jars files (tens of megabytes?). Are my concerns justified??
What do you think?
Mar 25th, 2012, 01:16 PM
Hi, RMI communicate through their own protocol, which may not pass through firewalls. If you need it,
you’d like to communicate over HTTP.
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