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Language: Java Language
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 18, 2000

RMIC and Inner Classes

Question:
Can RMIC make stubs for inner classes? When I try rmic packagename.OuterClassName$InnerClassName, it doesn't work.

Answer:
Yes, RMIC can make stubs for inner classes. However, you must use the fully qualified name of the class to do so. In your example you have used an "$" instead of an "." to denote the name of the inner class. Class files generated for inner classes separate the outer class name from the inner class name using a $ character. But the fully qualified name of an inner class uses a dot to separate the outer class name from the inner class name. Therefore your example should use packagename.OuterClassName.InnerClassName.

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