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Garry Kalra
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Hi,
I am facing a very strange problem. I am using RMI for the network facilities. When i run my server application using the class files, everything works out fine.
However recently i created a server.jar with all the related files. When i run this server.jar, then the application comes up file, but gives a problem that it is unable to connect to the RMIRegistry, even though the RMIRegistry is running on the correct machine and the correct port. No such problems arise when i run the application using the class files.
I start RMIRegistry separately and have decided that i would ask the examiner to start it separately. Is this acceptable.
Pls help me as i can't figure out whats wrong.
Garry
 
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A JAR file is treated like a directory, not a file. Make sure the registry is set up accordingly.
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Garry Kalra
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How does it make any difference. Its the code that will execute and look for the registry by calling the lookup method.
Pls Explain.
Garry
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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