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    Description: Since even before its initial release, Java was promoted as programming language designed with the internet in mind, and its standard API has included HTTP networking support from day one. However, the rudimentary nature of Java's HTTP APIs have caused in applications no end of problems related to reliability and fault tolerance. SwarmStream Public Edition (SSPE) is a free and freely redistributable tool that drastically improves the performance, reliability, fault-tolerance, and even the feature set of Java's built-in HTTP networking routines without any code-level, or even compile-time, changes required

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    Date Added:03/20/2005
    Last Updated:03/20/2005

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