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Remote Method Invocation (RMI) brings the world of distributed object computing to Java's doorstep. Using RMI, Java objects can invoke the methods of remote objects running under an entirely different JVM, as if they were locally available.  

Remote Method Invocation (RMI) brings the world of distributed object computing to Java's doorstep. Using RMI, Java objects can invoke the methods of remote objects running under an entirely different JVM, as if they were locally available.   <<Less

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hi there,i developed an rmi application which use a port other than its default port 1099, which i u...
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Hello, I'm new to RMI and I am learning RMI. My RMI client consists of a Java command-line ap...
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OK so this is a very brief and naive question but what are the advantages of using rmi to make di...
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