Is the stub actually in your server.jar file,.
and also check the path to make sure it says suncertify/server
It just appears that it can't find the class in the jar file.
Also remember that these stub classes will also need to be in the client.jar file too
have class called FBNServer (that has thr main method) that does new on DataInterfaceFactoryImpl.
String daServer = InetAddress.getLocalHost().getHostAddress();
When you are staring using java -jar server.jar, you'll need to specify the classpath in the META-INF/MANIFEST.MF's class-path.
What should be bound to registry is the remote object. In your case, it would be DataInterfaceFactoryImpl. Instead, you are trying to bind FBNServer.
Just curious, what does "daServer" name stand for?
Is that meant as a joke, kind of "red neck English"?
Both of the classes listed as the Main-Class is the class that has the
public static void main(String args) method in them.
Yest its a joke. I put da infront of all temporary names.
Are you serious? Do you think the folks at Sun Microsystem would understand your sense of humor?