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Ambrose Tati
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Dear all,
I've just developed a small client/server application using RMI.
At the moment both the client and the server reside on the same Unix box and every thing is fine.
I first fire the rmiregistry, followed by the server and the client. Now I want to move the server to a separate Unix box.
Which sequence should I follow to run my application?
Thanks in advance
Ambrose Tati
 
David Freels
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Originally posted by Ambrose Tati:
Dear all,
I've just developed a small client/server application using RMI.
At the moment both the client and the server reside on the same Unix box and every thing is fine.
I first fire the rmiregistry, followed by the server and the client. Now I want to move the server to a separate Unix box.
Which sequence should I follow to run my application?
Thanks in advance
Ambrose Tati

Use the same sequence described above. Don't forget to modify your client application to look at the new server.
Hope this helps.
David
 
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