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is JRMP over IIOP is same as Java RMI over IIOP?

 
yamini nadella
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is JRMP over IIOP is same as Java RMI over IIOP?
 
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No.

Writing Enterprise Appplcations

RMI-JRMP and RMI-IIOP
JRMP is the Java technology-specific RMI protocol for looking up and referencing remote objects. Because of J2EE security restrictions, only application clients can create and reference an RMI object, but all J2EE application component types can be clients of (looked up and referenced by) RMI objects. J2EE application component types are application clients, applets, servlets/JSP pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans components.

RMI over Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP) lets RMI code reference and look up an object using the CORBA CosNaming service. This gives you greater interoperability between architectures with little change to your existing RMI code. Enterprise JavaBean code is based on RMI, but currently the specification does not require support for being accessed by way of IIOP. This will change in a future version of the specification.
 
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Are you sure she's askin for RMI-IIOP Vs RMI-JRMP?

JRMP is protocol for RMI..sometimes texts do use JRMP-IIOP to mean RMI-IIOP.
Suggestions are welcome.

Amol
 
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Originally posted by amol deshpande:
..sometimes texts do use JRMP-IIOP to mean RMI-IIOP.


You have a good point - however they couldn't make it more confusing it they tried! RMI(JRMP)-IIOP anyone?

RMI over IIOP
 
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Thanks Peer, It is a good document.
 
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