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RMI in netbeans on windows

 
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Is there any special configurations we have to do to netbeans to run RMI applications on windows. I have google the thing but none of the solutions have helped me. Can someone please guide me other this matter.
 
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Did you try to write a program and do you get an error? It would help a lot if you at least told us what exactly the error is, and maybe post your source code too.
 
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Yes i've tried. I've tested the program using command line all is fine. But it's i have to write an application and so cant write in netbeans and test via command line.
My codes and the error i've got are as followed. I've put in different colours to differentiate the classes. Ive run my rmi registry first at cmd. Then run my server application from netbeans. It goes directly to the catch block.



 
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Jean,
Please go easy on the color
Instead please UseCodeTags
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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