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Hi Friends just now i started learning RMI and now im reading the java.rmi package and now i know how to create an remote interface and the class implementing that remote interface and how to create RMI client/server and to run the system also i want to know the use of MarshalledObject class

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The article "Jini-like discovery for RMI" on JavaWorld gives an example of using the MarshalledObject class. A MarshalledObject makes it possible to pass a serialized class along with a reference to where their codebase is located. The article explains situations in which you may want to do this.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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