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Starting rmiregistry on other machine without jdk

 
Anonymous
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Now I have managed to do jar files both for server and client. Client jar works in another computer (NT 4). Server jar doesn't work because I don't know how to start rmiregistry.exe on other machine. Command "start rmiregistry" does not open a new window (like it does with in my normal development computer with Win2000) but does not give any error message either.
Do I need to copy some other files with rmiregistry.exe or what should I do? Thank you.
Jukka
 
Samual Harvey
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In my opinion you can get rid of the step of doing start rmiregistry and do that in your server code.
You can use createRegistry command to do this. In that case you dont have to ask the user to run rmiregistry as a setup step.
Search on this form for createRegistry and you'll get the sytax to do it.
Thanks.
 
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