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JElectro

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Java Remote Procedure Call (RPC) framework

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Description

Attemp to build a peer to peer remote procedure call framework in java.

For the moment the routing table behaviour is not as perfect as it should. Improvement in this sense is needed and should come as soon as I can.

Server socket connections should also be handled using channel. This should come also soon.

Works for 50 to 100 nodes.

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Features

  • Remote procedure call
  • Callbacks
  • Peer to peer

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2011-03-30

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