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Shannon Sims
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Is it safe to assume that a server installation which exports the interfaces and class implementation via FTP is part of the project scope? I don't recall this anywhere noted on requirements unless this is just a given.
 
Barry Gaunt
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Um..... FTP? You really mean File Transfer Protocol?
 
Shannon Sims
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Yes, file transfer protocol...sorry.
 
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Hi Shannon,

Check your instructions. You possibly have a statement to the effect that "You must provide all classes pre-installed so that no dynamic class downloading occurs."

So FTP should not be needed / used.

Regards, Andrew
 
Wei-ju Wu
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Hi Shannon,

Andrew is right, usually the RMI codebase could be set by using a URL, but at least my assignment requirements explicitly stated that I should not require a HTTP server or security manager.
- you can complete your project without either (I used RMI too).

Wei-ju
[ May 22, 2005: Message edited by: Wei-ju Wu ]
 
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