I need a framework to transfer POJOs between two (or more in a client/server model) Java programs over TCP/IP. I need it to be as simple as possible but it must support several clients per server, and easy implementation of encryption is a plus.
So far I have looked at Java RMI, JRemoting, AltRMI and NinjaRMI. Right now JRemoting looks like the best choice as it is simple and don't require strange and seemingly unnecessary extends and implements as most of the others do. No active development seems to be going on on any of them except a little on Java RMI. I don't know if that is because they are stable and don't need more development, or because these kinds of frameworks are just not "cool" any more.
The POJOs are just bags of properties. I need the server to hold a static list of objects, and the clients must be able to (1) Read the list, (2) Add an object to the list, and (3) Remove an object from the list.
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