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Jini Example by Example by W Keith Edwards, Tom Rodden (Prentice Hall)

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If you learn better from an example than from a dry reference, this book will be a great way to get into Jini.
It has little by the way of background explanation or reference material, but the example code (and the instructions on installing, configuring and running the various parts of Jini) are comprehensive and detailed, building into two interesting case studies - a chat system and a distributed remote storage system demonsrating all the Jini features.
For discussion, hints, tips and experience get "Core Jini". For a reference get "Jini in a Nutshell". For the best and most interesting examples, get this book.
(Frank Carver,Sheriff November 2001)
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