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The easy way to non-blocking Java sockets

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In this article, the author will cover both the client and server side as he describes how to create non-blocking secure connections using the Java Secure Socket Extensions (JSSE) and the Java NIO (new I/O) library, and he will explain the traditional approach to creating a non-blocking socket, as well as an alternative (and necessary) method if you want to use JSSE with NIO.
 read more | score:7903 | -solrac, October 30, 2003 (Updated: September 21, 2004)
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