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problem with RMI - SCJD

 
Hewerton Silva
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Develop communication with RMI, I am doing tests, I start the server and ok:



After that the server is started, and can do consultations by the network.
But how do you "turn off" the server, cut the communication?



but it did not work, I turn off after receiving a response such as: "connection refused" or something.

Thanks.

 
Anne Crace
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I'm not quite sure what you mean here, but my server is a GUI. I have an Exit button. I call System.exit(0); I have JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE for the red X in the upper right hand corner. I'm thinking you might be over-complicating this.
 
Ulises Pulido
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I am having a problem like this one, what you mean is that you leave the server running as a GUI even when there is nothing inside the frame or you just pust a message saying "The server is running, close the window to shut down it", from an user perspective is this correct ? From a developer perspective this would make our life easier I believe
 
Anne Crace
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That's about how it is, Ulises. Mine is pretty similar to the one in Andrew's book. It displays "Server is Running" on a successful startup and connection to the data file. Server Gui not up, client throws an exception.
 
K. Tsang
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I like the GUI approach to doing the server. You can also display the thread connecting to the server indicating there are multiple clients connected.
 
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