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Hello all,
i am just starting to learn RMI and network programming.
i want to know about what tools are required to run an application using RMI.
i have prior knowledge of java,servlets,awt,swing,jdbc.
i want to develop a project for my course which envolves database connection and awt/swing GUI.
but the thing is that i have to use RMI with this.
can anybody please suggest me how can RMI be used to in this case and what do i need to do to use RMI?

are there any specialised tools for using RMI?
can it be used in combination with servlets?
hope for your guidence.
thanks in advance.
sachin
 
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sachin, maybe this tutorial will help:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/208759/java/java/RMI-start-finish
> are there any specialised tools for using RMI?
You will probably need rmic.exe - RMI compiler and rmiregistry.exe, they both are included in standard Java distribution.
> can it be used in combination with servlets?
Yes.
 
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