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This is a RMI tutorial session as presented at the 2001 O'Reilly Enterprise Java Conference this year. RMI is important for distributed application development. It is the foundation on which Jini is really built and used.

The process of gathering data and transforming it into a standard format before it is transmitted over a network so that the data can transcend network boundaries.

All remote objects must extend UnicastRemoteObject, which provides functionality that is needed to make objects available for remote machines.

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This is a RMI tutorial session as presented at the 2001 O'Reilly Enterprise Java Conference this year. RMI is important for distributed application development. It is the foundation on which Jini is really built and used.

The process of gathering data and transforming it into a standard format before it is transmitted over a network so that the data can transcend network boundaries.

All remote objects must extend UnicastRemoteObject, which provides functionality that is needed to make objects available for remote machines.

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This tutorial shows you the steps to follow to create a distributed version of the classic Hello World program using Java Remote Method Invocation (Java RMI). While you work through this example, you will probably come up with a number of related questions. You may find answers in the Java RMI FAQ .

The distributed Hello World example uses a simple client to make a remote method invocation to a server which may be running on a remote host. The client receives the "Hello, world!" message from the server.

Here is the interface definition for the remote interface used in this example, example.hello.Hello . It declares just one method, sayHello , which returns a string to the caller:

 

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    This is a RMI tutorial session as presented at the 2001 O'Reilly Enterprise Java Conference this year. RMI is important for distributed application development. It is the foundation on which Jini is really built and used.

    The process of gathering data and transforming it into a standard format before it is transmitted over a network so that the data can transcend network boundaries.

    All remote objects must extend UnicastRemoteObject, which provides functionality that is needed to make objects available for remote machines.

    XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

    This tutorial shows you the steps to follow to create a distributed version of the classic Hello World program using Java Remote Method Invocation (Java RMI). While you work through this example, you will probably come up with a number of related questions. You may find answers in the Java RMI FAQ .

    The distributed Hello World example uses a simple client to make a remote method invocation to a server which may be running on a remote host. The client receives the "Hello, world!" message from the server.

    Here is the interface definition for the remote interface used in this example, example.hello.Hello . It declares just one method, sayHello , which returns a string to the caller:

    This is a RMI tutorial session as presented at the 2001 O'Reilly Enterprise Java Conference this year. RMI is important for distributed application development. It is the foundation on which Jini is really built and used.


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