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Anuradha Karunamuni
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Hi all,

I'm trying to understand the background process in dealing with remote method invocations (Distributed computing).
I came across the fact that the stub and the server side implementation object implements the same interface which is known as the "Remote interface". Does this mean that a clone object of the actual distributed object is being crated at the stub when the client makes a method call?

Thanks in advance.
 
Anuradha Karunamuni
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It is not the actual bean which is being cloned at the stub but the remote object.
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