RMI

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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Actually I have Client Server program written on Java RMI, what I need is to monitor Clients Compute...
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I have a few questions in Java How does thread synchronization occur in a monitor? Why java is not...
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I'm transfering a file at server side to the client side using RMI. This part is done. But in additi...
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