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Re: [ecf-dev] Remote services with XMPP between Linux and Windows

Hi Scott,

Thanks for your reply.
As for me,  I did not always have access to a Windows desktop machine. I can
assure the linux part of the tests, for example tuesday or wednesday.
I think I will also test my application with Galileo and the head version from cvs.

Thanks,
Guillaume


Scott Lewis a écrit :
> Hi Guillaume,
> 
> Thanks for posting the application.
> I have a couiple of other things going right now...still
> recovering/catching up from EclipseCon among a few others.  Perhaps you
> and I could arrange to test out the code with Windows on my side and
> Linux on yours to reproduce in debuggers...sometime early next week?  I
> will take a look at your previous posting and this code as soon as I
> can...at some point it may be useful to setup a test between you and me
> on the net, as I don't have constant access to Linux desktop machine. In
> any case, we'll figure out what's going wrong here for you and fix/work
> around as necessary.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Scott
> 
> 
> Guillaume PRIN wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> To test my problem of compatibility of remote service over ECF/XMPP
>> between
>> Windows and linux. Here is my test code :
>>
>> Attached file : testBidule.tgz
>>
>> This a RCP application based upon the RCP Mail Template. The client
>> (1) is
>> started with 'Run 1', the client (2) is started with 'Run 2'. Output
>> is written
>> in a SWT Text widget. The outputs of client (1) is preceded by '1
>> --->' and
>> the outputs of client (2) is preceded by '2 --->'. The remote service
>> write
>> activities in the stdout.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Guillaume
>>
>> Guillaume PRIN a écrit :
>>  
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm working on remote service over ECF/XMPP with eclipse.
>>> I encounter problems with interoperability between Windows and linux.
>>> My XMPP
>>> server is Openfire 3.6.0 on a mandriva 2007 linux box.
>>>
>>> I create a simple test case, here is the context :
>>>  - a first client (1) connects to XMPP and sets up a
>>> IRemoteServiceListener then wait.
>>>  - a second client (2) connects to XMPP and registers a service for the
>>> target (1), This service concatenates two strings parameters and
>>> return the
>>> result.
>>>  - the client (1) then receives an event and call synchronously the
>>> method on the interface.
>>>
>>> When I run both the 2 clients on windows or both the 2 clients on linux,
>>> (on the same machine or different machines) all works fine.
>>>
>>> When I run client (1) on linux and client (2) on windows, I don't
>>> receive the event from the IRemoteServiceListener listener, so the
>>> service is not called.
>>>
>>> When I run client (1) on windows and client (2) on linux, the event is
>>> received, the method is executed but the result string does not arrive.
>>> The request times out.
>>>
>>> Does anyone has already encountered this problem?
>>>
>>>
>>> Configuration :
>>> For the two OS, the java virtual machine are :
>>> java version "1.6.0_12"
>>> Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_12-b04)
>>> Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 11.2-b01, mixed mode, sharing)
>>>
>>> The bundles for ECF are :
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf : "1.4.0",
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf.provider : "1.3.0",
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf.remoteservice : "2.0.0",
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf.sharedobject : "1.3.0",
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf.provider.xmpp : "2.0.100",
>>>  org.eclipse.ecf.presence : "1.3.0"
>>>
>>> The test machines are :
>>>  - a Windows XP 5.1 SP3 box
>>>  - a linux Mandriva 2007 box
>>>
>>> I could post test the code if needed.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> Guillaume
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