Can anyone tell me why in the RemoteXXXX server class you bind to your RemoteXXXX interface that extends Remote? How does it know which Object you really want to access ? The Naming lookup
looks for the same RemoteXXXX interface....
Is there a rule 1 Remote server per Remote interface per Object ( if so why do ranchers have such generic names for their Remote classes as RemoteServer, RemoteInterface, RemoteClient )
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