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Hi,
Can any body explain what happens in the following scenario:
A remote object say 'X' is bound to rmi registry with name 'xyz' on a host with DNS/IP 'abc/12.23.432.01'.
A client looks up for the object 'X' on the host rmi registry and obtains a reference to 'X'.
before the client can invoke methods on the obtained reference of object 'X' , it(object 'X') is unbound from rmi registry on the host.
my question is :
can the client invoke methods on the reference to 'X' , even after it is unbound from rmi registry on the host since the client already has a remote reference to 'X'?.
what happens to a remote reference when a object is unbound from rmi registry?.
is my question clear?.
any feedback is appreciated.
Thanks
Sravana .
HI,
can i use java.awt.Color or java.awt.Font classes in my assignment?.
are thses considered AWT components?.
Thanks
Sravana
Hi Mike,
Congratulations!!!
How long did u wait for the result (After the Written Exam)?.
Thanks
Sravana
17 years ago
Hi Andrea ,
Congratulations!!!
How long did u wait for the result (After the Written Exam)?.
Thanks
Sravana
[ February 24, 2003: Message edited by: sravana reddibathini ]
17 years ago
hi,
i uploaded my assignment on 02/04/2003 and took essay exam on 02/05/2003.
can any one tell how long i should wait before i get the result?.
Thanks
Sravana
[ February 07, 2003: Message edited by: sravana reddibathini ]
17 years ago
hi all,
i am trying to create an executable jar file.
i get the following error :

And my manifest file is as follows :

can someone tell me where am i going wrong?.
any help is appreciated.
thanks
sravana reddibathini
70-year old George went for his annual physical. All of his
tests came back with normal results.
Dr. Smith said, "George, everything looks great physically.
How are you doing mentally and emotionally? Are you at peace with
yourself, and do you have a good relationship with God?"
George replied, "God and me are tight. He knows I have poor
eyesight, so he's fixed it so that when I get up in the
middle of the night to go to the bathroom *poof* the light
goes on, when I'm done *poof* the light goes off."
"Wow!" commented Dr. Smith, "That's incredible!"
A little later in the day Dr. Smith called George's wife.
"Ethel," he said, "George is doing fine. Physically he's
great. But, I had to call because I'm in awe of his
relationship with God. Is it true that he gets up during the
night and *poof* the light goes on in the bathroom, and then when he is
through *poof* the light goes off?"
Ethel exclaimed, "Oh, my God! He's pissing in the refrigerator again!"
19 years ago
REALITY CHECK
By Richard Reeves
NEW YORK -- The Stevens Indicator, the alumni magazine of the school from which I received an ME (Mechanical Engineer) degree more than 30 years ago, includes a list of new faculty each year. The current issue profiles the 15 appointed in 2000-2001.
Here are the names by department: Electrical and Computer Engineering: Edward Blicharz, Rajarathnam Chandramouli, Hong Man, K.P. Subbalakshmi, Uf Tureli; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering: Svetlana Sukhishvili, Olga Maltseva, Nicolai Panikov; Mathematical Sciences: Darinka Dentcheva, Mohammad Abanjeh; Systems Engineering and Management: John Farr, John Keating, Robert Seymour, Bernard Skown, Robert Stinerock.
That is part of today's reality in American hard-sciences scholarship and achievement. The teachers in that group all did their graduate work at American universities, where by some estimates more than half of the doctorates in the hard sciences now are earned by foreigners. Their undergraduate degrees are from, among other places, the University of Madras, Humboldt University in Berlin, the University of Suzhou, Ural State at Sverdlosk, Moscow State University, Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore and Yarmouk University in Irbid, Jordan.
It is not, strictly speaking, a new reality. Albert Einstein, after all, did not do his undergraduate work at Princeton. He was, like many of the Nobel Prize winners who helped make the University of California the greatest of public schools, a refugee from the Europe Hitler conquered. Like some of the new professors at Stevens, his English may not have been perfect, but he spoke an international language called mathematics.
Already, two Indian-Americans -- Hargobind Khorana of Harvard and Subramanian Chandrasekhar of the University of Chicago -- are Nobel laureates.
Indian-Americans, in fact, are among the most educated citizens and residents in our country. Over the past 25 years, Indian-American children have been three times as likely to graduate from college as white American children. Perhaps most important in terms of what the future will look like in the United States, the percentage of Indian-Americans who are between the ages of 18 and 24 is five times more than the percentage of white Americans who are between those ages.
The traffic in highly educated young men and women from Asia to the United States is a complicated business. Estimates of the numbers of graduates from American schools of science and technology who stay in the United States rather than returning home range from 50 percent to 80 percent; one of the things that complicate statistics is love and marriage. Many foreign students end up with American husbands or wives.
Many Indians, though, decide to go home after working here for a few years. There are more opportunities at home now because of the global economy and evolving communications technology, which allow them to do the same kind of work and teaching they can do in the United States or Europe. Many go back because "family values" mean so much less here than in Asian societies. Some, particularly Chinese, go back for patriotic reasons: They want to share in the building of their own countries.
You can say that these "aliens" are taking jobs from our kids and other Americans, but how many of our kids are accomplished in stochastic optimization, as is Dr. Dentcheva, or three-dimensional sub-band video-coding algorithm, as is Dr. Man? Or, you could say that we are stealing the best and the brightest from the rest of the world, particularly Russia and the poorer parts of Asia.
Either way, I think, American wins. This is a meritocracy. Most of these people are doing jobs that very few Americans can do, just as many other immigrants (many of them illegal) from Mexico and Central America are doing jobs Americans don't want to do -- like scrubbing dishes in restaurants plain and fancy.
The advances made by educated new immigrants have caused pessimists here to conclude that the "American Dream" is dead. The opposite is true. The American Dream belongs to the whole world now.
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This is a news item in one of the newspapers in Newyork
19 years ago
Erode (A town in Tamil Nadu , India).
19 years ago
Norwich (UK).
19 years ago
Hi,
i am trying to start a new rmi registry at port 1000 as follows:
D:\rmiregistry 1000 at dos prompt , but the machine just hangs , i dont get back the dos prompt.what is wrong?.
can any body help?
thanks
sravana.
19 years ago
Livonia (Michigan)
19 years ago
i think to run EJBs u need application server/EJB container.