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RMI & Linux Ubuntu : java.rmi.UnmarshalException: error unmarshalling arguments

 
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Hi,
I developped Java RMI program, compilation run verry good whithout problem, ut i try to execute m program i get this error :
Erreur RemoteException occurred in server thread; nested exception is:
java.rmi.UnmarshalException: error unmarshalling arguments; nested exception is:
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: ServicesTableau



















Think's for advance
Kind regards.
 
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Please read this: http://sscce.org/

Now the problem is not with all that code. The problem is with your script.
CLASSPATH is probably the problem. The client, server and RMI Registry all need access to the classes.
For local testing it is easiest to have every class on the CLASSPATH.
Then when all is working, you can separate classes.
 
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think you

but how can i do it, because i'm new linux user.
 
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Under Unix including Linux the (class)path separation character is : (as opposed to ; under Windows).
 
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Think you , but i dont know the steeps to follow.
what should i do


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Julio leopard banderas wrote:
what should i do



Hm, let me see: Include the necessary jars / classes in CLASSPATH?
 
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