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RMI - how the server knows what the client invoked?

 
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I have a program in which there are these classes:
RMIServer,
RMIClient,
RMIImplementation,
RMIInterface

which are as follows:

RMIServer:


RMIClient:



RMIInterface:



RMIImplementation:


(This program is for a test purpose. The test is done in one machine.)

Well, the client makes calls to the remote object, sending some parameters.

I want the RMIServer to print out the summary of the calls made from the client to the remote object. What should I do to have access to such information?

I want the output to look like this:

RMI Server started
RMIImplementation instance created and ready to serve
RMI service called for :
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How about just keeping a list of callers yourself.
 
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Your implementation just returns the values instead printing them?
 
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