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Subject: Re: Protocl under "Protocol Buffers"
From: Benjamin Wright <compuware...@gmail.com>
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Any data transfer mechanism can be used with protocol buffers.
I have used JMS, TCP, UDP, 'flat files', etc... it's just a matter of
grabbing the bytes (m.build().toByteArray() in java) and throwing them
on the appropriate stream. You can also output the protocol buffer
directly onto the output stream (m.build().writeTo(OutputStream) or
On Sep 30, 5:14=A0am, Fred chen <chw.th...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to know the communicate protocl under "Protocol Buffers". My
> application calls for High performance, and the HTTP protocol may
> cause problem. I know the RpcChannel is based on HTTP, and I want to
> know if the HTTP is the basic of "Protocol Buffers".