The current version of PrologBeans is designed to be used mainly as
a connection from the client (Java or .NET) to Prolog.
Current features are:
- Socket based communication [Java and .NET]
- Allows the client application and Prolog server to run on different machines [Java and .NET]
- Multiple client applications can connect to same Prolog server [Java and .NET]
- Client applications can make use of several Prolog servers [Java and .NET]
- Allows Java Applets to access Prolog server [Java]
- Platform independent (e.g. any platform where Prolog and Java or .NET exist) [Java and .NET]
- Simplifies the use of Prolog in Java application servers (Tomcat, etc) [Java]
- Prohibits unwanted use of Prolog server by host control (only specified hosts can access the Prolog server) [Java and .NET]
- Supports Java servlet sessions [Java]
- Supports JNDI lookup (Java Naming and Directory Interface) [Java]
- Supports .NET server pages (ASPX). [.NET]
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