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Why didn't they just ask for host ort instead of 'DNS name' ort? I intend to let the client enter this information in a window resembling a setup wizard and I would really prefer to request host and port. If I request DNS name, what kind of translation is required to turn it into host (assuming that it is not host to begin with)? Also, do we need an RMI codebase or can I just assume my stubs are located along with my other code? Thanks,
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Hi,
Maybe I'm wrong but isn't the DNS name simply the host name?
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Steve
 
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