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Can an inner class be remotable?

Stephanie, Smith
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I have two public interface that extends Remote
public interface InnerInterface extends Remote {}
public interface OuterInterface extends Remote {}
I then have a class (Outer) that contains an inner
class that implements the InnerInterface...
Something like this:

public class Outer extends UnicastRemoteObject
implements OuterInterface {
public InnerInterface inner getInnerObject();
private class Inner extends UnicastRemoteObject
implements InnerInterface
So my outer object is remotable. Can my inner object
be remotable since its a private inner class that implements
the public remotable (Inner) interface? That is if I return
the InnerInterface via getInnerObject() will this be
If this is possible, how do I create the stubs for Inner using
rmic? ie what class name is used?

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