BeepLite Networking Layer 0.9.6
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BeepLite Networking Layer 0.9.6 is not only a reliable Java implementation of BEEP (Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol) but alos a smart generic application protocol kernel for connection-oriented, asynchronous interactions
BEEP (and the BeepLite Networking Layer) adds a layer of abstraction on top of transport protocols such as TCP in order to ease the development and use of application protocols (called "profiles" in BEEP parlance).
This additional layer provides all the basic mechanisms needed for simultaneous and independent exchanges within the context of a single application's user identity (such as framing messages, encoding data, negotiating capabilities, correlating requests and responses, message pipelining and multiplexing, and integrated and modular security), and it supports both textual and binary messages.
Exchanges happen in the context of multiple channels over one or more sessions, whereby sessions may be tuned to meet various security requirements (for example, TLS with client authentication).
For session security, BeepLite currently provides profiles for Sun's JSSE (Java Secure Socket Extension) and IBM's SSLite, as well as for SASL OTP authentication according to RFC 2444. BeepLite also implements the SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) profile according to RFC 3288, which specifies SOAP message exchanges via BEEP.
- Bug fix in the SASL OTP session tuning
- Experimental support for some limited XML parsing by means of format strings.
- Operating systems:
- Any Java-enabled platform
- Java 1.4. (A BeepLite library that works with older versions of Java can be made available upon request.)
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