This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
I am having an applet client which has to lookup an remote server object on a server within a firewall. The firewallport 900 has been given full access. The server objects are binding to the tnameserver on the same machine. Even the webserver where my html and applet class file are located also on the same machine . my client is a IE browser which loads the html file as well as the applet class file successfully. but the applet gives an exception and the lookup fails the same code works fine if is run from within firewall but fails for clients outside the firewall how can i tunnel through the firewall. when i bind the object to the tnameserver i am mentioning java.server.codebase, java.server.hostname, java.server.security.policy, but still not working The firewall is PIX Firewall http ftp etc are working for port 900( tested) but rmi-iiop fails when the webserver on port 80 is being contacted by the applet why the tnameserver on port 900 is not being able to connect please help me in this matter. its very urgent!!!
I once had many problems getting an Applet to communicate remotely with RMI. One reason, IE does not include the java.rmi.* libraries, so any applet running in IE does not have them available. You are able to download them from Microsoft, but every client who uses your applet must have them. A solution I've used is to have your Applet communicate directly with a servlet and the servlet preforms the RMI calls. Good Luck.