Chapter 14. Networking


14.1 Connecting via the Internet

14.2 Ports and sockets

14.3 Case Study 10: The Chatter system

14.4 Database connectivity

14.5 Accessing remote objects

14.6 Case Study 11: The Airport Announcer system

Connecting via the Internet

Java was built to access the network. It has extensive features for network programming at various levels from connecting via URLs or sockets to accessing remote methods (RMI) and Java database connecting (JDBC). Because Java makes such connectivity so easy, we can justify including it in an introductory text such as this one, especially since we shall examine these new ideas by using examples in the usual ...

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