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rmic command : Class file not found

 
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I have my server file EUStatsServer.java(server program using RMI) and interface file EuStats.java(Interface having definition of method that would be used in EUStatsServer.java file) in C:\rmi folder.
firstly i compiled these file. i got EUstats.class file
While using command rmic EUStatsServer. it gives an error.
Class EUStatsServer not found.
 
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Greetings, Sa. Welcome to JavaRanch!

First, is this question related to the OCMJD certification?

Other than that, please TellTheDetails. How do you expect us to help you without knowing what is the error you are getting?
 
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I assume Sa Ag is working on the assignment to create the RMI application.
By using JDK 1.5 or above, you don't need rmic to generate a stub file as the stub file will be generated automatically.

To run rmic EUStateServer, make sure the class file is in the right directory.
From this command, "rmic EUStatsServer", EUStatsServer.class is supposed to be in the same directory as rmic exeutable file (which is in the same directory as javac, java .... in JDK).
 
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