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1. Can I use CORBA/RMI to make live audio streaming?    stackoverflow.com

I need to communicate between server/client. I saw that CORBA is used for different languages to work like RMI, is it? In my application I will have to transfer objects between client/server, ...

2. Streaming PDF Opens as text in the browser    stackoverflow.com

I am writing a Filter that streams PDF to the browser. But it is not prompting to open the PDF. What I am getting is the content of the ...

3. send/receive a stream of Unicode characters over TCP/IP    coderanch.com

I need to send/receive a stream of Unicode characters over TCP/IP. Before sending, I will assemble the stream which is actually TLVs (Tag, Length, Value). For receiving, it will be the opposite. There are so many interfaces, classes and methods in the java.io package. Can anyone point to me which one should I use ? I believe there are 2 main ...

4. Application Client-Server and stream    coderanch.com

Hi. I wrote simple application Client-Server. If client connect to server, than server send image and Strings to client. If I send only Images, or only String everything is ok. But if I try send Image after String, second client that connect to server got following exception : java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid type code: F8 First Client load all data correct, but secont ...

5. Interacting with a Telnet Stream with Reglar expressions    forums.oracle.com

Depending on the prompt that the machine gives, I have to respond different, it may ask for a "password" only, no username, or it may ask for a "username:" and not "login:" than a password. Or not ask for a password. While doing this I have to keep the session open so that I can interact with the session.

6. Problem with simple client-server program and streams    forums.oracle.com

"will buffer the PrintWriter's output to the file. Without buffering, each invocation of a print() method would cause characters to be converted into bytes that would then be written immediately to the file, which can be very inefficient." The only problem is they don't really talk about why they wrap Buffered Writer again with PrintWriter. Is there some advantage to doing ...

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