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Define the following classes/interface in separate files.

Will the remote client be able to catch AccountException? KH.
 
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Originally posted by khyau:
[B]Define the following classes/interface in separate files.

Will the remote client be able to catch AccountException? KH.[/B]


Yes as long as the client sees the ATM interface. But i see a problem here. Your AtmImplementation does'nt implement ATM.
So when the client does a look up and will obviously cast the object to interface (ATM), he will get a ClassCastException anyway. So it won't work.
karthik.
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