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abhishek kunal
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i type rmiregistery after rmic thing, but it doesn't produce anything, just a blank screen and it doesn't even return the prompt,seems like it goes into an endless loop, have anybody faced problems like i am facing.....and even if we suppose that's the normal output (means no screen output) then when i run the implementation class i get so many exceptions ..like access denied...
 
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abhishek kunal wrote:i type rmiregistery after rmic thing, but it doesn't produce anything, just a blank screen and it doesn't even return the prompt,...


That's how it works, rmiregistry.
 
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Moving to Distributed Java.
 
karthick chinnathambi
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yes..... your RMI Registry should run....
then only the remote object can be registered and will be available for service....
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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