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JAVA RMI ACTING LIKE CORBA

Anonymous
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I need to make JAVA rmi act like an ORB .
Instead of a client contacting a server directly , I need it to go via the server which has the registry in it.
Frank Carver
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I may be being dumb here, but could you not just have the "orb" and the "real server" implement the same interface(s). The "client " then contacts the "orb" as if it is a server, and the "orb" in turn then dispatches the rpc to the appropriate "real server".
We use that pattern here. We actually use DCE in C++ rather than RMI in Java, but the principle is the same.


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paul wheaton
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How about if you have one computer that hands out RMI objects from other servers?
Are you familiar with how to do an RMI factory?

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