Originally posted by Romeo Son:
You don't need to provide stubs only for the objects bind to rmi registry, but for all objects that are remotely accessed.
So I think you did a mixture between providing ready compiled stubs and dynamically downloading them.
It would be interesting to test if your application runs in networked mode on 1.4 platform. My bet would be that it would fail, because the stub is missing for one remote interface.
I think platform 5 dynamically downloads the stub class definition to the client at runtime, but I'm not 100% sure how this works.
Anyway, I saw people that passed using platform 5 dynamic downloading stubs.
I will go with rmic though, as it can't hurt
[ August 02, 2007: Message edited by: Romeo Son ]
Originally posted by Gabriel Vargas:
My assigment have cookies , so i better no use Factory pattern to RMI (i evaluate if it can be used in another way). Thanks for your explanation.
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