Re: Can a JDK 1.1 RMI client access a JDK 1.2 RMI Acti...
Sunday, August 11, 2002 01:22 AM
Yes - I think so
You have be careful only what kind of objects you are using as a parameters of remote calls.
For example if you will try to send vector than you will get Unmarshaling.
But you can solve it. Just get sources for jdk1.2 compile vector and put it to class path of jdk1.1 than you will have new vector in old java. Better idea is to use ArrayList it do not exist in jdk1.1 so you do not have care about order in classpath (you must cover vector from v1.1 by this one form v1.2)