Using the WebSocket Protocol in WebLogic Server

Posted: October 16, 2014 in WebLogic
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WebLogic Server supports the WebSocket protocol (RFC 6455), which provides full-duplex communications between two peers over the TCP protocol. The WebLogic Server implementation of the WebSocket protocol and its accompanying API enable you to develop and deploy

applications that communicate bidirectionally with clients. Although you can use the WebSocket protocol for any type of client-server communication, the implementation is most commonly used to communicate with browsers running Web pages that use the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) JavaScript WebSocket API. The WebLogic Server implementation of the WebSocket protocol also supports Java clients.

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