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RMI server startup exception

 
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Hi,

I have written a simple RMI program and compiled it using JDK 1.6_14. I am starting the rmi registry explicitly on a particular port which works properly. When i proceed to start the server where i am binding the remote object the program fails:

Here are the programs i have written:


Remote Interface



RemoteImpl class


RemoteServer class


and the client


And the exception i am getting is as follows:



Another question i had was after Java 2 rmic creates only stubs but after reading the following documentation:
http://download.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/tooldocs/windows/rmic.html

I feel that we need not even create the stubs for client using 'rmic' command. Am i right ? Its all reflection i guess ?

Or if we have to create stubs then i guess we need to supply the created 'stub' to the client ?
Please correct me if i am missing something.


Thanks,
Adithya.
 
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