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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After some hours of running my RMI server I have found that there are a lot of (hundreds) threads wi...
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Is there a way to limit(and reuse) the number of threads that RMI uses to handle incoming requests? ...
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I am new to RMI and I want to implement the RMI callback function. In other words, I have client A a...
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