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"CORBA only moves the state of an object but RMI moves the object's behavior as well"
Is this "behavior" above a passing by reference ?
 
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Originally posted by Roger Oliver:
"CORBA only moves the state of an object but RMI moves the object's behavior as well".
Is this "behavior" above a passing by reference ?


Hi Roger,
For RMI "behaviour" stands for the code that is passed too, not only variables (called "state").
Thomas.
 
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I've been reading my free downloaded copy of Mastering EJB 2.0
Appendix A is a nice short discussion of this issue. I believe, Roman uses the analogy of pass by reference to to exporting the behavior.
 
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