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Raising Notifications from RMI
by Leonard Anghel
Ever wish you could have your RMI application notify you when it's using the distributed garbage collector? This tip will show you how.
Create an RMI-JRMP-SSL Server Using the New JDK1.5.0 Classes
by Leonard Anghel
Learn how to create an RMI-JRMP-SSL server using the new JDK1.5.0 classes, SslRMIClientSocketFactory and SslRMIServerSocketFactory.
Run Your RMI Implementation Under Java 2
by Sandeep Gain
If you're running the client or server with Java 2, then you'll need to specify a security policy file, to prevent SecurityExceptions being thrown. This policy file will allow your application to ...
RMIC and Inner Classes
by DevX Pro
Can RMIC make stubs for inner classes? When I try rmic packagename.OuterClassName$InnerClassName, it doesn't work.
Set a Column's Default Value As Part of the Create Table
by Jai Bardhan
In SQL Server, a column's default value can be specified as part of the Create Table statement. This default value will be set for the specified column in cases where an insert is performed but this ...
To RMI or Not to RMI
by DevX Pro
We are now developing a Java-based remote monitoring system application for our SCSI RAID subsystem products. This application can enable our customers to monitor the status, and change the configuration, of the SCSI RAID device being monitored. We are using C++ for the SCSI programming part and we are using JNI to interface with the rest of the server side of our application. Should we use RMI for the networking needs of the client and the server, or should we just use simple socket-based networking?
Identify Host That Called Remote Method
by Brett Spell
When creating remote objects for use with Java's Remote Method Invocation (RMI), you'll often extend java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject. When you do extend UnicastRemoteObject, it becomes easy ...
Create a Remote Object Without Extending UnicastRemoteObject
by Brett Spell
When using Java's Remote Method Invocation (RMI), you may have defined a server class that extends java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject. Extending UnicastRemoteObject makes your class capable of ...
Listing Remote Objects in Registry
by Brett Spell
When creating programs that use Remote Method Invocation (RMI), you'll need to obtain a reference to a remote object. Although the name of the specific object will usually be pre-defined in your ...
Stream Unique Identifiers
by Brett Spell
While attempting to deserialize (or unmarshal) a serialized object instance, you may generate an exception with a message similar ...
RMI method invocation
by DevX Pro
I want my RMI server application to populate a java.awt.List with data on the client with a method invocation. What's the best way to do this?
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