RMI Section Index | Page 11

How can I develop a chat system using RMI?

What role does serialization have in RMI?

How can I load the stub and interface files dynamically at the client, instead of copying manually, with RMI applications?

Does a stub possess a server-side role also? Practically all the literature on RMI, including the RMI Specification document, talks only about the role of a stub on the client side. For instance, once I generate a stub class and copy it over to the client side, can it now be safely deleted from the server side?

How do I control number of clients binding to the RMI server?

How do I setup a Servlet as an RMI client (and not get an RMI Security exception in the process)?

Is there some way to lookup what remote services are available?

With JDK 1.2, what policies do I have to setup to grant the necessary permissions for RMI?

What protocol does RMI use to communicate between objects? Do developers need to know the underlying protocol (eg. UDP, TCP/IP) while developing RMI applications?

For activation, how do I get my objects to run in multiple VMs and not the VM of rmid.exe ??

How do I communicate over a secure RMI link?

I have a servlet that is doing an RMI call to a single remote object. Since any invocation of the servlet is created in a new thread, I'm observing a new TCP/IP connection for every single servlet request.

Where can I get the RMI classes for Internet Explorer?

What's the scoop with HTTP-tunnelling? Does it really work? Reliably? Quickly? Easily?

By default, what port does the RMI registry listen to?

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