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Tales Tonini
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Hi, folks!

While studing jGuru's RMI tutorial at 'Transport Layer' section, I got this statement which I still can't understand after having finished the tutorial:

"Some other changes with the Java 2 SDK are that RMI service interfaces are not required to extend from java.rmi.Remote and their service methods do not necessarily throw RemoteException."

Since I need a Remote object to bind with Naming class, how could I make some object remote without making it implement Remote? Is there another way to use RMI over JRMP and not implement Remote?

RMI begginer, I thank everyone's attention in advance,
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