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java.rmi.ConnectException

 
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Hi Guys
I am getting this exception when I try to execute my application in network mode. My solution is based on RMI approach. Following is the exception

What may be the reason ?
Thanks in advance
Ravi
 
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I had a similar problem, try add the following line to the command line that starts your server.
-Djava.rmi.server.hostname=localhost.localdomain
Hope it helps
 
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Hi Brian
I tried it but I am still getting the error

Ravi
 
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Hi Brian
I had not started rmiregistry and hence the above error when I started the server. The problem however remains when the client tries to communicate with the server, I still get the exception, this is after I started the server as per the command suggested by you which is also shown above.

Thanks
Ravi
 
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Ok, well remove the line then, do you not have an entry for localhost in your hosts file? I had the problem on my laptop, which is configured for our company network.When I was not connected to the network it kept trying to connect to the company IP instead of the local host.
 
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Thanks a lot for posting this comment. It worked for me.


Great work
 
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