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A GCM Solution for Leveraging Server-side JMS Functionality to Android-based Trading Application


  • Claudiu VINTE



The paper presents our solution for a message oriented communication mechanism, employing Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) on the client-side, and Java Message Service (JMS) on the server-side, in order to leverage JMS functionality to Android-based trading application. Our ongoing research has been focused upon conceiving a way to expose the trading services offered by our academic trading system ASETS to a mobile trading application based on Android platform. ASETS trading platform is a distributed SOA implementation, with an original API based on JMS. In order to design and implement an Android based client, able to inter-communicate with the server-side components of ASETS, in a manner consistent with publisher/subscriber JMS communication model, there was particularly necessary to have object embedded messages, produced by various ASETS services, pushed to the client application. While point-to-point communication model could be resolved on the client-side by employing synchronous HTTP socket connections over TCP/IP, the asynchronously generated messages from the server-side had to reach the client application in a push manner.

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  • Claudiu VINTE, 2013. "A GCM Solution for Leveraging Server-side JMS Functionality to Android-based Trading Application," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 17(3), pages 49-59.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:17:y:2013:i:3:p:49-59

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    1. Adler, Ralph W., 2000. "Strategic investment decision appraisal techniques: The old and the new," Business Horizons, Elsevier, vol. 43(6), pages 15-22.
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