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Multiple clients in RMI

 
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Hi All,
How do we have to implement a RMI server with a capability to deal with multiple clients?
I have the following in my mind read from a book
1)Synchronize the RMI object so that only one client will hold the object lock at a time.
2)Spanning threads for every client.
3)Use a "connection RMI Object" which inturn will create several " service RMI Objects" for every client.

Last but not least, what is the best way of testing the "concurrency" in FBN assignment?
-Mahi
[This message has been edited by Mahidhar Panyam (edited February 03, 2001).]
[This message has been edited by Mahidhar Panyam (edited February 04, 2001).]
 
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