Remoting Tutorials
Resin 3.1

Documentation
Examples
Changes

Amber (JPA)
EJB
Database
IoC
JMX
JSF
Messaging
Quercus
Remoting
Servlet
Security

Hessian Serialization
Hessian Addition
Service Addition
Hessian with DI
Burlap Addition
custom-protocol
Simple Service
Client Injection
Gettext
Tutorials
Hessian Serialization

Hessian Serialization

Hessian 2.0 provides cross-language binary object serialization with efficiencies better than java.io serialization. The compaction encodings added to Hessian 2.0 have improved an already-popular cross-platform binary web services protocol. With these changes, Hessian 2.0 now directly competes with java.io serialization in efficiency.

Hessian Addition

The addition example creates a Hessian web services with a servlet and uses that web service from a JSP client and a Python client.

Service Addition

Writing a Hessian service as a plain-old Java object (POJO) eliminates protocol dependencies and simplifies service testing.

Hessian with DI

Using Hessian with Dependency Injection pattern creates services which are simpler, protocol-independent and more easily tested. The Dependency Injection pattern (aka inversion of control) gives Resin the responsibility of configuring and assembling the service, protocol, and client.

Burlap Addition

The addition example creates a Burlap web services with a servlet and uses that web service from a JSP client.

custom-protocol

This tutorial shows the usage of the Resin server architecture to handle a custom protocol. Resin handles the TCP connections, multi-threading, and the request object pooling. The application implements a class that reads from a stream and writes to a stream.

Professor Trelawny once got a student to make a Magic8Ball, used for prophecy. Originally it was used with a simple web interface. Now Trelawny wants to provide a magic8ball protocol server on the Hogwart's public web server. The magic8ball protocol is at the same level as http or smtp, it sit's directly on top of TCP/IP.

Simple Service

Writing a service for the Resin remoting as a plain-old Java object (POJO) eliminates protocol dependencies and simplifies service testing.

Client Injection

This tutorial shows how to access services with Resin WebBeans injection. A servlet does frontend presentation for the results of a Hessian web service.


Gettext
Tutorials
Hessian Serialization
Copyright © 1998-2006 Caucho Technology, Inc. All rights reserved.
Resin ® is a registered trademark, and Quercustm, Ambertm, and Hessiantm are trademarks of Caucho Technology.