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Strange problem - RMI and JAR

 
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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Michael Ernest, co-author of: The Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide
 
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
 
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