Hi A general question. In a simple client/server model, where lots of clients will each connect at various times to pick up whatever mesasges are waiting for them (individually) on the server, what's the 'best' way to structure things? The key requirements are that: - clients may not be online when the messages are posted - each client is allowed access only to its 'own' messages - each client gets each message once and once only Effectively I want a set of message queues, one for each client. I can't see one of your demos which does exactly this, but I'm probably missing something very very obvious! In fact, how does message-level security work? I can see how you authorize clients for connection, but I can't see how you can restrict access to particular messages. Again, missing something I assume -- I can see from the javadoc entries that you have a secuirty manager, but I'm definitely NOT a java programmer, so how to use it isn't obvious ;-) if anyone has any examples in other languages (pref perl or python) that would be MUCH appreciated! (sorry I said this was a newbie question).
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