Using Both Server Types in the Same System A popular setup is to deploy both a web server and an application server in the same system. Communication between web applications of different ASPNet version on same IIS Aug 29 2007 1102 AM paijyj LINK No each folder is configured according to its related version on ASPNet ie first web service is configured to ASPNet 11 and second web service web application is configured to ASPNet 20.
The client would show the message sent by the server.
Communication between two web application in same server. Both applications are actually installed on some server there can be multiple load-balanced instances of these applications. In contrast a web server only contains web or servlet container and can employ EJB. Remember just like other protocols TCP is just the protocol used to maintain the network connection between two applications the server and the client or other similar programs communicating through the network.
In that case the web server becomes a subset of the application server and both services run on the same hardware. The main technique employed with an HTTP accelerator is caching responses from a web or application server in memory so future requests for the same content can be served quickly with less unnecessary interaction with the web or application servers. Application server contains web and EJB containers and a web server as an incorporated part of them.
The key comes as part of a certificates which can be validated using the chain of certification of the certificate. Let us explain it with an example. Client say a mobile app requests for data from Web service via HTTP GET URL.
Say there are two web applications Foo and Bar deployed in the same web container and Foo depends on Bar to access a method say barMethod of BarService a Java Class present inside the Bar application then. The client for an application server can be the applications own end-user UI a web browser or a mobile app and the client-server interaction can occur. Have both the native application and the browser based application use the server as a go-between.
Web server uses HTML and HTTP protocol. I recall Mathematica uses this approach the calculation engine kernel and the gui are two separate parts – this. There is nothing inherently wrong with this approach.
The idea of SSLTLS https is to negotiate a symmetric encryption key to be use for a session of communication between a client and a server. Clients connect to the server. WebMethod public void BinarySerializestring filename object emp try fileStreamObject new FileStreamfilename FileModeCreate.
This is what I meant by two-way communication. There is a server application listening on some TCP port and client application which is communicating with the server. In case of a disconnect the client can re-connect re-identify himself and gets the pending messages.
JSON will be used to send data to and fro. Web server does not support multithreading whereas application server assists multithreading and distributed transaction. This setup makes sense for websites that provide both static and dynamic content.
The data server that is listening on a port for the requests from web service then responds with a json array. Alternatively rethink your architecture. You are dealing with a problem of inter-process communication with the constraint that this needs to be platform independent and with the other constraint that frees up more design options that its on the same machine.
It also allows for the two web applications to be moved onto separate machines at a later stage which is not an unforeseeable situation. The web app will send a request to the back-end app the back-end app will perform some processing and then send a response back to the web app. EDIT The request-response pattern will be used with the Web App always being the one instantiating the requests.
Examples of software capable of HTTP acceleration. The web service in turn fetches data from another web applicationserver by sending the request as a json object. The client connects to the server and asks for its public key asymmetric cryptography.
Just make a single native application. So both the browser and native application only talk to the web server which forwards information between the two as necessary. Is using SSL certificates the right way so that the server can be absolutely sure that the communication is coming from the client application.
An application server typically can deliver web content too but its primary job is to enable interaction between end-user clients and server-side application codethe code representing what is often called business logicto generate and deliver dynamic content such as transaction results decision support or real-time analytics. Yap I made a web service for this purpose. This way the server can call back to connected clients.
Establish a HTTP-based TWO WAY CONNECTION. Or if you need native functionality. In one of our assignments we faced a problem in making communication between two different spring based web applications which are in the same web container.
This is standard WCF stuff and works well through NAT with version 4 of the NET framework.