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why do you need a connection factory on the server?
 
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why do you need a connection factory on the server?


Here is a Sun's Applying the Factory Pattern to RMI tutorial. In addition to all the benefits and transparency, you get a bonus -- each object created by the factory uniquely identifies the client, so you can use it for lock/unlock.
There are alternative approaches, of course, but RMI factory seems to be the most simple and logical.
Eugene.
 
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Thanks Eugene!
 
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