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Curl ORB for java

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Description

Curl ORB is to comunicate between Curl and server side java. It can generate Curl source code from POJO which stands for Plain Old Java Object, and invoke the java methods on server side from Curl application.

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Features

  • Communication between Curl language and server side java
  • High performance binary protocol over http/https
  • Invoke object managed asynchronously and synchronously by Spring framework or Seasar2
  • Curl code generator from java
  • Testing for jmeter
  • Compression
  • Interceptor

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Programming Language

Java, Curl

Registered

2008-09-22

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