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EJB programming & troubleshooting: t3 or http ???

  1. t3 or http ??? (5 messages)

    When I put my Client side codes in the iplanet and I want to make a look up for a remote weblogic server which is on an entirely different location,i have to use T3 protocol.
    I know that T3 protocol is Proprietary to BEA, where as http/https are not so. http & https are widly used standard protocol.But why should not it be possible thru Http protocol.

    What is the difference between T3 and Http protocols.

    Thnax in Advance
    Sabyasachi

    Threaded Messages (5)

  2. t3 or http ???[ Go to top ]

    BEA Uses the T3 protocol for the internal communication, Its been deprecated for the external client use T3 protocol.
  3. t3 or http ???[ Go to top ]

    T3 is a proprietary data exchange mechanism invented by BEA. It is a simpler Java objects serializer by TCP/IP.
    The idea is to speed-up client<>server network interactions. Good option if you already know to be tied to BEA's solution.
    If you are not sure use IIOP or HTTP.
  4. t3 or http ???[ Go to top ]

    I am wondering how faster this t3 can be?
    Actually, in most cases the HTTP is not suitable for communications and I don't know why technologies are blindly thighten to this protocol, for example why should the soap be transmitted over http which a really old protocol but soap is the new one. I mean, by changing some protocols we could gain better faster communication technologies.
  5. Re: t3 or http ???[ Go to top ]

    T3 is a proprietary data exchange mechanism invented by BEA. It is a simpler Java objects serializer by TCP/IP.
    The idea is to speed-up clientserver network interactions. Good option if you already know to be tied to BEA's solution.
    If you are not sure use IIOP or HTTP.
    Actually, T3 was invented by me, before WebLogic, Inc was acquired by BEA. Tt the time I created it, there was no java serialization. And even after serialization came out, T3 was faster.
  6. t3 is optiomised protocol[ Go to top ]

    though u use http ,https it in turn rely only on t3 when it starts communicating toserver via client..
    t3 is optiomised protocol develpod by weblogic to transport data to other prgs's including client and servers...it operates using sockets client threads