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FBN project - RMI implementation

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My project is FBN. I have completed my convertion tool. I have started to do the project in RMI. I have just implemented a small RMI interface.
I have used Data class to create stub. Wrote a server and client.
Client requested the server to read the database file and got the result from served and just printed everything in clients screen. This is what I did it on the last weekend.
I just wanted to make sure that what I am doing is correct or not. If anyone doing the same kind of approach I am interested in joining with you to continue further.
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I did exactly the same thing as you this weekend. However I am using Object serialization instead of RMI.
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