Protocol buffers itself has no built-in RPC implementation. You have to
find an RPC implementation that supports whatever languages you are
interested in, or write your own. It's not too hard to write a simple RPC
implementation given protocol buffers as a base. Sending protobufs over
HTTP is a popular solution that lets you leverage existing infrastructure.
On Sun, Dec 26, 2010 at 11:55 PM, Tommy <tommyhan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I originally was using JAX-WS to communicate between client and
> server. This
> works well when my client is C# and server is Java based service.
> I have been asked to speed up the performance using Protocol
> Buffers to do
> binary serialization instead of text-based serialization. Knowing
> that I can no longer
> use Soap and had to figure out another transport mechanism.
> Is RPC the best way? Can I use RPC when my client and server are
> C# and Java respectively? I noticed the example of CXF-protobuf
> link that
> shows how you can make the connection between Java and Java using
> but nothing about if the Client is C#.
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