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RMI Client connecting to port other than 1099

 
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Hi,

I am having a problem with my client not being able to connect to server when the port is a port other than 1099.

My server is running fine on any port i specify.
Client connects no problem on 1099.
But when server is started on another port, I get a remote exception.
It is a java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect.

Here is code i use to connect from client..


Do i need to specify what port the client connects to?
If so, How do i do this?
 
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Use the following:

 
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Hi,

I realised my mistake and got it to work using..



Thanks for the help.

Oliver, is there any benefit to using the way I am connecting...and the way you are connecting?
 
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Originally posted by Sham Delaney:
Oliver, is there any benefit to using the way I am connecting...and the way you are connecting?



I guess not. I write it the way I do just because I find it more readable.
 
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