You don't need to do anything with a WEB server to run RMI, you need to write
the client and server classes.
run the rmic compile on the server classes and make sure that the skel or stub
is in the classpath for the client.
and then run the server class
Once this is done you can run the client class and things should work
correctly. If you are unfamiliar with RMI please consult documentation there
are several books etc that dedicate time to this topic.
Zhihui Zhang wrote:
> Has anyone done programming using Java RMI on FreeBSD? Do I have to set up
> a Web server to use this feature as indicated by the Sun Java
> tutorial? Thanks.
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Garbage Collection... the bell bottoms of programming..
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