Explain A Multi-threaded DateServe That Listens On Port 3000 And Waits For Requests From Clients

Explain A Multi-threaded DateServe That Listens On Port 3000 And Waits For Requests From Clients


  • 1 Mar, 2012

    Here A multi-threaded DateServer that listens on port 3000 and waits for requests from clients. Whenever there is a request, the server replies by sending a Date object (over sockets) to the client as shown in Code Sample.Code Sample: DateServer.javaimport java.io.*;import java.net.*;import java.util.*;public class DateServer extends Thread { private ServerSocket dateServer; public static void main (String argv[]) throws Exception { new DateServer(); }public DateServer() throws Exception { dateServer = new ServerSocket(3000); System.out.println ("Server listening on port 3000."); this.start(); } public void run() { while(true) { try {System.out.println("Waiting for connections.");Socket client = dateServer.accept();System.out.println("Accepted a connection from: "+ client.getInetAddress()); Connect c = new Connect(client); } catch(Exception e) {} } }}class Connect extends Thread { private Socket client = null; private ObjectInputStream ois = null; private ObjectOutputStream oos = null; public Connect() {} public Connect(Socket clientSocket) { client = clientSocket; try { ois = new ObjectInputStream (client.getInputStream()); oos = new ObjectOutputStream (client.getOutputStream()); } catch(Exception e1) { try { client.close(); }catch(Exception e) { System.out.println(e.getMessage()); } return; } this.start(); } public void run() { try { oos.writeObject(new Date()); oos.flush();// close streams and connections ois.close(); oos.close(); client.close(); } catch(Exception e) {} }}

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