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using LocateRegistry.getRegistry(), Exception

 
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Yesterday, after reading a lot of posts here at JavaRanch, I got rmi with suncertify.db classes to work. Found posts here that were discussing getRegistry(). Seemed like the thing to do. But no, I get thrown a RemoteException: "Connection refused to host: localhost; nested exception is: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect". Tried with -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=127.0.0.1, same thing. I'm using sdk 1.4.1 and 2 machines, both running Win 2000. Please help me sort this out.
Thanks in advance
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harcharan kanwal
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hi torgny,
i have this line in my server class to create the registry
LocateRegistry.createRegistry(this.port_no);
i am binding this server object to the registry without having implemented the security manager and with security manager both.

harcharan
 
parthiban subramaniam
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Hi torgny,
it seems you have got security problem not rmi registry problem ..
if you are instatiating a security manager inside your code comment it out.
hope this helps,
cheers,
parthi.
 
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Thx for the quick response.
I thought that after 2 hours with this it was time to ask. Looking thru the replies and... well sometimes I wonder, it was my stupid mistake
. If I use createRegistry instead of getRegistry it works like a charm.
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Torgny
 
parthiban subramaniam
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hahaha
welcome to the head crackers club
right now am cracking my head goin hmmm now how do i make that dialog appear on the center of the screen no matter what the resolution is .. any idea
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That one's on me
About the dialog, seems to much for FBN, I would position it inside the parent frame and then remember where the user moved and resized it.
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harcharan kanwal
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hi prathiban
this should work for you
dialog.setLocationRelativeTo(frame);
harcharan
 
parthiban subramaniam
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thnx harcharan... that sure does the trick

cheers
 
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