Originally posted by Michael Morris:
Forget about codebase and CLASSPATH and don't require that the registry be started before starting the server. You can start the registry from your server with LocateRegistry.createRegistry(port).
Hope this helps,
The sandbox and the CLASSPATH: bane of all Java Developers
... somehow interpret the classpath for the server into a codebase under the covers?
Use LocateRegistry and RMI Registry can find the _Stub using the CLASSPATH for the server startup
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