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I AM CURRENTLY WORKING ON ATM BANKING PROJECT I WILL BE TAKING GUIDANCE FROM CANARA BANK EDP DEPT FOR DEVELOPING THE PARTICULAR PACKAGE MY QUESTION IS WHETHER I HAVE TO USE RMI OR SOCKETS FOR CLIENT/ SERVER CONNECTIVITY WHICH DO YOU THINK IS A BETTER OPTION BECAUSE BY USING RMI YOU EVERYTIME GOT TO TRANFER THE STUB FILES THAT GET CREATED WHEN U COMPILE . I HOPE TO GET A BETTER OPTION AS SOON AS POSIBLE
 
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I prefer using RMI over sockets. RMI abstracts the sockets making coding much simpler.
 
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I agree that You get Abstraction but You should also remember that You loose power when you get abstraction over anything
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