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Proxy class for rmi in java5.0

 
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For rmi , in java 5.0 "rmic" is not required. The stub is an instance of java.lang.reflect.Proxy which is created dynamically. Can someone please explain the working of it exactly???
I hope m clear with the question...

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Looks like no one's aware of how RMI works in jdk5.0 ...
anyways who so ever reads this and if interestd must try to run RMI application in jdk5.0 and not use "rmic" at all.....
 
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Are you aware of Dynamic proxies in java? If not then this link may help.
If you know about the Dynamic proxies then jdk release notes on this may help.
Did i answer your question?
 
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Actually I'm aware of that and I've tried it before, too. It's just I'm not aware of your post

Anyway, Nitesh Kant has given you a good link for that matter.
 
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