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[REBOL] Re: Communication between two different rebol apps

From: ale870:gmai:l at: 21-Jun-2006 17:51

Hi Petr, First of all: I tried to use altme, but I could not use user/pwd and group. It seems only group for Rebol 3 is up, and it is a reserved group. Can you help me to enter in the group you are talking about? Thank you! Second item: Jell Console Manager let you use Rebol from a client to remote server. Every client can open a different window (such a console-shell) then you can type commands: those command will be executed on remote server (I putted 3 small screenshots about the application): But it means on the client-side you can open as many console you want (e.g.: you can have 3 consoles: TWO consoles connected to server and ONE connected to server My final target is every client console talks to the server using a single socket server (e.g.: port 80...) and the server-side takes the request and forward it to the right server-instance. SERVER-INSTANCE: every console client dynamically creates a console-server-instance. CLIENT1 --> MASTER-SERVER(COMPUTER 1) --> SERVER INSTANCE 1 CLIENT2 --> MASTER-SERVER(COMPUTER 1) --> SERVER INSTANCE 2 CLIENT3 --> MASTER-SERVER(COMPUTER 2) --> SERVER INSTANCE 1 As you can see, MASTER SERVER communicates with LOCAL server instances in REAL-TIME. I wanted to avoid to use sockets for this communication. It is a little bit complex to explain it via email, but I hope I was enough clear. I'm sure this concept works VERY WELL (screenshots are a true running application). On 6/21/06, Petr Krenzelok <> wrote: