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XOBJEX is a simple and lightweight application for peer-to-peer collaboration, based on Sun's J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition). This very compact system (26KB) uses a HTTP "listener" and a HTTP "agent" to transfer XML-based commands across networks or the Internet using port 80, the default port for HTTP. XOBJEX can be used to create web services for collaboration and interoperability between networked devices, and can automatically "discover" when new services are available on the network. More information about XOBJEX features and an online demonstration are available for review.

Date Listed: 04/16/2001

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