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What is the .NET Remoting and WCF equivalent in Java?

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Hi there;

What is the .NET Remoting and WCF equivalent in Java?

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Please delete the duplicate question you posted first
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The Java equivalent would be application deployment with RMI or as a Web Service
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I think RMI (Remote Mthod Invocation ) is Java equivalent to .NET Remoting

   

     
ID:36711591Author:for_yanDate:09/27/11 10:38 AMYour Comment


This is Java RMI:
http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/rmi/index.html 

   

This is one opinion here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2888857/c-similar-technologies-and-books-in-java

    Also what is similar to WCF in Java platform?

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This is one opinion here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2888857/c-similar-technologies-and-books-in-java

    Also what is similar to WCF in Java platform?

One of the frameworks that provides both remoting and dependency injection such as Spring or JBoss would be the closest to WCF.





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funny that my question is duplicate and the stackoverflow link also says something similar

      
"I know this can look like duplicate of other discussions".

FIFO. 8.37 for yan

Regards.
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Not quite sure why you accepted an answer that simply repeated the one i gave earlier ..?
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The accepted answer was posted before the answer of CEHJ's:

ID:36711591Author:for_yanDate:09/27/11 10:38 AMYour Comment

ID:36711610Author:CEHJDate:09/27/11 10:39 AM
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Per my timezone markings:

http:#36711610 Date:09/27/11 06:39 PM
http:#36711839 Date:09/27/11 07:00 PM
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No, but it was posted in the duplicate question much earlier - look at the date which is in the body.
Time zone makes no difference.
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Well we've lost the duplicate now (which btw should not have been posted into at all)
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