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ID: 16824, Distinct ONC RPC/XDR Toolkit for Java

by Tarcisio Pedrotti Email: Anonymous

Save your investment in client server applications by porting them to Windows with Distinct ONC RPC/XDR Toolkit for Java or C/C++
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The Distinct ONC RPC/XDR Toolkits allow you to write client server applications or to bring the front end of your existing RPC solutions to your Windows® workstations while preserving your investments in Unix® and other platforms.

Distinct offers two implementations, one for C/C++ and Borland® Delphi™ which has been optimized for developers writing RPC applications to run in Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT and 2000, and another for Java developers that requires a platform independent implementation.

Included on this CD is the version for Java. If you need the version for C/C++ and Delphi, visit the Distinct web site at

The Distinct ONC RPC/XDR for Java Toolkit includes support for Secure RPC and it is certified by Sun Microsystems as being 100% pure Java. It is also faster than RMI! So not only do you gain interoperability but also speed.

Distinct ONC RPC/XDR for Java is your best choice whenever you need the C/ C++ world to communicate with the Java universe.

Competitive Advantage

Some of the salient features that make it stand out among other products are support for:
 Full multithreading (including UDP)
 DES Authentication (Secure RPC)
 Unix authentication
 Remote calls (via Portmapper)
 Batched calls (one-way RPCs)
 Broadcast RPC (including Server-site)
 Rpcbind protocol (versions 2, 3 and 4)
 RPCInfo written in Java
 Executing arbitrary RPCs on the Internet where firewalls usually block protocols such as RPC.

In addition JRPCGEN:
 Is platform independent
 Supports multiple arguments per call (extended XDR-standard)
 Handles [in], [out], [output] (Noblenet XDR extensions*)
 Supports multiple interface versions in one server
 Allows the optional use of a C preprocessor (for code with #ifdefs)
 Has a configurable output path and package.

View more information, including full product documentation by going to or by installing the Trial version on this CD.

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