A Beginners Guide To RMI

Submitted on: 1/4/2015 9:21:00 AM
By: Vinay Chhabra (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 6 Users
Compatibility: Java (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)
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     In general, this ebook is written for anyone interested in using Java Remote Method Invocation to build distributed applications. The ebook is intended to be a practical guide to RMI. This ebook assumes the reader has a basic knowledge of Object Oriented Programming and the Java language. All the examples given in this ebook have been tested using JDK 1.3. Coverage includes ***************** Network Concepts RMI Architecture The Classic Hello World Program Exporting an Object Creating and Running a Registry Service Dynamic Class Loading Performance Garbage Collector Interfaces and Stub/Skeleton Interfaces Serialization Multithreading Remote Client Servlets and RMI Lazy Activation Project Database Server Utility Classes Database Client Running The Application URL:

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