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What about the different application modes

 
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when it says server.. does it mean I just need to run RMI server?

if so.. when it says alone.. does it means I run the UI+Network to connect to the server?

I read somewhere you need to have a stand alone too.. where by the UI will access a local .db file
 
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standalone = ui + database (= data class) in a jvm
server = database (= data class) in a jvm (depending on your approach could have some kind of business interface in front of the data class)
networked mode = ui in a jvm which will connect to your server application to manipulate the database
 
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