Hi, you don't have to specify the codebase if the registry and the server share the same classpath.
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posted 18 years ago
I also think that way. Maybe if i don't use dynamic stub loading and package all the stub files with the client, then i need to start rmiregistry after setting the classpath to include the files where the stubs are located or the server won't bind. am i right on this, beacuse it is working this way only on a win95 system. waiting for your response Garry
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