Wednesday, April 17, 2002 09:56 PM
I am having problems running RMI inside VAJava.
So I resorted to start the RMI Registry outside VAJava. All the classes that are required are added to the classpath before I start the RMI Registry. That way I am able to create an Server Object instance and then add it to the registry.
I am facing problems when the RMI methods throws User defined exceptions.
It is somehow cast a declared Checked exception. I think its got to do with the RMI Policy or something where in i need to add my userdefied exception to the list so that it understands the USer defined exception.
Re: RMI Using VAJava
Monday, April 22, 2002 04:39 AM