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Andre
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I would like to know if The RMIRegistry has any limitation as
to number of concurrent connections. I read some where that
the RMIRegistry starts crashing once the number of concurrent connections nears 100 and I am in to a project where my RMI
Server will have more than 100 concurrent clients dong lookups
and callbacks. So I'd really appreciate if any of the RMI experts
out there could throw any insight on this.
 
Jerry Pulley
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Andre,
Please register a first and last name. You can read the JavaRanch policy on user names at http://www.javaranch.com/name.jsp.
Thanks,
Jerry
 
Andre
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Dear Jerry,
Is there an option to modfy my name or do you I have to make a fresh registration.
 
Jerry Pulley
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Andre,
Sorry, the UBB software we use doesn't have an option to change your user name - you'll need to create a new account.
As for any limits on connections to the RMI registry - I don't know. I've had no trouble with a couple dozen clients doing lookups, but I usually just export the top-level server class through the registry and then let the server hand out references to additional classes as needed.
I've never exported more than three different top-level server classes throught the same registry, and that was just exploratory playing around. I suspect most real-world applications export only the top-level server class through the registry; once that reference has been returned the registry is no longer used through the life of the session.
Jerry
 
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