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Marcelo Ortega
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I understand we can either use RMI on JRMP or Serializable objects over Sockets.
So would this leave JINI out of the picture?

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Marzo.
 
Barry Gaunt
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Yes.
 
Marcelo Ortega
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Thanks Barry.

One more question though. Does plain old RMI use JRMP by default? I mean how do i know if it is using this protocol and not some other? Must i specify it in one way?

I'm using the rebind() method to bind the objects in the server and the Naming.lookup("rmi://host ort/serverName") to retrieve the remote objects.

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Hi Marzo
Does plain old RMI use JRMP by default?
Yes. If you want to use IIOP you must specify the "-iiop" option when compiling the stubs with rmic. For more information on this subject that you must not use in the assignment take a look at Sun's RMI-IIOP Programmer's Guide.

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Thanks Andrew.
 
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