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Can I log the client-side remote calls of an RMI client?

I am trying to run RMI over a SSL connection. The Server- and ClientSocketFactories seem to be straight forward but how could I specify when I request a remote object, what keypair to use for the SSL connection. That means I can't just load the keys from a static key file, I want to pass them dynamically, at least to the client.

Is there any difference between JRMP (Java Remote Method Protocol) and RMI?

I am using RMI, where the client is in Windows 2000 and the server is in Linux.

What are smart proxies?

How does SOAP compare with RMI?

Are there any guidelines as to when I should use RMI and when I should prefer plain old socket connections? What are the advantages/disadvantages of each of these technologies ?

Is there an easy way for me to exchange XML objects between the RMI client and server?

I have a Java app which uses RMI calls on bound interfaces to create remoteable objects.

Oracle 8.1.7, Windows and Linux clients running JRE 1.2.2_008, RMI server running on Linux or Windows NT with JRE 1.2.2_008.

Is there a way to control the ports opened by an RMI server while accepting connections from a client. I see that I can control the port that an RMI server listens on while exporting the server object using UnicastRemoteObject.exportObject. However, when the client connects to the server, I see different ports being used between the server and the client when the server accepts a connection from the client.

Do RMI clients always work on one single object instance of RMI server class?

What is the meaning of marshalling and unmarshalling? Why is it done?

RMI Server and static variable

Will multiple Lan cards cause problems using rmi?

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