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Actually I am asking about a design to write a module,
which will create a full-duplex connection with paymeny gateway
i.e which can send requests and receive responses from the server..
and also server can send some messages it should respond to those.....
This should happen in a persistent connection
Last edited by thirumalesh; 07-01-2010 at 02:35 AM.
Reason: some thing to add
Maybe this should be in the coding forum not networking...
What your requirement is a very common tcp use case. Just put the socket in non blocking and use poll or select() on the socket for finding the events on the socket and process them based on your requirement.
tcp connections natively are full-duplex.
find here is a sample program i've written for accomplishing your requirement. you may use it as an infra and build on it. Feel free to use it if you find its useful.