Package org.springframework.remoting.httpinvoker

Remoting classes for transparent Java-to-Java remoting via HTTP invokers.


Interface Summary
HttpInvokerClientConfiguration Configuration interface for executing HTTP invoker requests.
HttpInvokerRequestExecutor Strategy interface for actual execution of an HTTP invoker request.

Class Summary
AbstractHttpInvokerRequestExecutor Abstract base implementation of the HttpInvokerRequestExecutor interface.
CommonsHttpInvokerRequestExecutor HttpInvokerRequestExecutor implementation that uses Jakarta Commons HttpClient to execute POST requests.
HttpInvokerClientInterceptor Interceptor for accessing an HTTP invoker service.
HttpInvokerProxyFactoryBean Factory bean for HTTP invoker proxies.
HttpInvokerServiceExporter Web controller that exports the specified service bean as HTTP invoker service endpoint, accessible via an HTTP invoker proxy.
SimpleHttpInvokerRequestExecutor HttpInvokerRequestExecutor implementation that uses J2SE facilities to execute POST requests, without support for HTTP authentication or advanced configuration options.

Package org.springframework.remoting.httpinvoker Description

Remoting classes for transparent Java-to-Java remoting via HTTP invokers. Uses Java serialization just like RMI, but provides the same ease of setup as Caucho's HTTP-based Hessian and Burlap protocols.

HTTP invoker is the recommended protocol for Java-to-Java remoting. It is more powerful and more extensible than Hessian and Burlap, at the expense of being tied to Java. Neverthelesss, it is as easy to set up as Hessian and Burlap, which is its main advantage compared to RMI.

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