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U must use RMI over JRMP (do not use IIOP)



What does this mean, what must I do, and what mustn't I do ???
I am not familiar with RMI, so learning while doing the assignment.
Thanx in advance,


Frank
 
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There are 2 types of RMI: RMI over JRMP and RMI over IIOP.

The default type is JRMP. You will only get IIOP if you specify it as an argument to the rmic command. In other words, JRMP is the normal RMI.
 
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Aaah thx, very reassuring
 
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