Created by INTECH Software Solutions, Inc.
This example demonstrates how to establish a socket connection between server and client, written in Visual Prolog.
Also it contains a java client, which can work with a java server and also a prolog socket server. That is, it can demonstrate how java and prolog can work together. It also gives a glimpse of the direction how web-based java applications (web portals) make use of the already developed prolog inference engines.
How to Operate This Demo
How to Build and Run This Demo
Load and build both projects prolog_server2\prolog_server2.prj6 and prolog_client\prolog_client.prj6 by the IDE.
The example requires Visual Prolog 7.3 Commercial Edition.
Users of previous versions of Visual Prolog are welcome to upgrade to the current version of Visual Prolog to use the latest versions of the Visual Prolog examples.