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3.1 The Partition-aware Group Membership Service
3.2.1 Internal Group Method Invocations
3.2.2 External Group Method Invocations
3.3 The State Merging Service
4.1 Building Jgroup
4.2 Running Jgroup Applications
4.3 Adding a new Jgroup Application
5.1.1 The Hello Server
5.1.2 The workings of internal group method invocation
5.2.1 The Computation Server
5.2.2 The Client
5.2.3 Deploying the Computation Service Application
6.1 Taxonomy of the Jgroup API
6.2 Package Structure
6.3 The GroupManager Class
6.4.1 Distributed System Configuration
6.4.2 Dynamic Host and Domain Configuration
6.4.3 Transport Layer Configuration
6.4.4 Multiple Groups
6.5 The Group Membership Service
6.6 The View Interface and Related Classes
6.7 The State Merging Service
6.8.1 The External GMI Service
6.8.2 The Internal GMI Service
6.9 The Client and Server Side Proxies
6.10 The Dependable Registry Service
6.11 Greg: the Group-Enabled Lookup Service
6.12 The Reliable Multicast Service
6.13 The Partition Simulator
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Published by Ashish Pandey
Description and implementation of jgroups to be used in multicast applications
Description and implementation of jgroups to be used in multicast applications

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Categories:Types, Business/Law
Published by: Ashish Pandey on Mar 07, 2013
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