Download PDF by Jan Graba: An Introduction to Network Programming with Java: Java 7

By Jan Graba

ISBN-10: 1447152549

ISBN-13: 9781447152545

Because the moment version of this article, using the web and networks in general has endured to extend at a wonderful cost. This has resulted in either a rise popular for community software program and to advancements within the know-how used to run such networks, with the latter clearly resulting in adjustments within the former. in this time, the Java libraries were up-to-date to maintain with the hot advancements in community expertise, in order that the Java programming language is still one of many mainstays of community software program development.

In delivering a truly readable textual content that avoids getting immersed in low-level technical information, whereas nonetheless delivering an invaluable, functional consultant to community programming for either undergraduates and busy IT execs, this 3rd variation maintains the rage of its predecessors. To keep its foreign money, the textual content has been up to date to mirror adjustments that experience taken position in Java's community expertise during the last seven years (including the discharge of Java 7), when holding its impressive gains of various code examples, screenshots and end-of-chapter routines.

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1, datagram (UDP) sockets provide a (usually) faster means of transmitting data than TCP/IP sockets, but they are unreliable. Since the connection is not maintained between transmissions, the server does not create an individual Socket object for each client, as it did in our TCP/ IP example. A further difference from TCP/IP sockets is that, instead of a ServerSocket object, the server creates a DatagramSocket object, as does each client when it wants to send datagram(s) to the server. The final and most significant difference is that DatagramPacket objects are created and sent at both ends, rather than simple strings.

Though it has been entirely transparent to us and we have had to make no explicit programming allowance for it, we have already been making use of threads in our Java programming. In fact, we cannot avoid using threads in Java, since each program will have at least one thread that is launched automatically by our machine’s JVM when that program is executed. Such a thread is created when main is started and ‘killed’ when main terminates. If we wish to make use of further threads, in order to ‘offload’ processing tasks onto them, then we have to program such threads explicitly.

3 Example output from the TCPEchoServer program Fig. 2 Datagram (UDP) Sockets Unlike TCP/IP sockets, datagram sockets are connectionless. That is to say, the connection between client and server is not maintained throughout the duration of the dialogue. Instead, each datagram packet is sent as an isolated transmission whenever necessary. As noted in Chap. 1, datagram (UDP) sockets provide a (usually) faster means of transmitting data than TCP/IP sockets, but they are unreliable. Since the connection is not maintained between transmissions, the server does not create an individual Socket object for each client, as it did in our TCP/ IP example.

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