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suresh Krishnan
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RMI is a pass by value...
When both client and remote object are in the same JVM, local copies can be
disabled allowing the object being called to get a reference to the calling
arguments.
In other words we can get a reference to the calling arguments instead of using
"pass by value" and creating a copy/proxy
a. Can u explain above statement
b) when can client and remote object can be in the same JVM? So far i was thinking
client object resides in client machine..which is different JVM and remote object
residing in app server jvm.
 
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