My directory structure: server: C:\rmisample\server\ ..\public\classes\engine\ComputeEngine_Stub.class ..\ComputeEngine_Skel.class ..\src\compute.jar ..\engine\ComputeEngine.class client: C:\rmisample\client\ ..\public\classes\client\Pi.class ..\src\compute.jar ..\client\ComputePi.class ..\Pi.class firstly, I start rmiregistry: 1) set classpath= --I want to unset classpath, is right? 2) start rmiregistry 2. start server of engine.ComputeEngine int directory C:\rmisample\server\src> java -classpath compute.jar;. -Djava.rmi.server.codebase=file:/c:\rmisample\server\public\classes/ -Djava.rmi.server.hostname=localhost -Djava.security.policy=java.policy engine.ComputeEngine 3. run client program client.ComputePi in directory C:\rmisample\client\src> java -classpath compute.jar;. -Djava.rmi.server.codebase=file:/c:\rmisample\client\public\classes/ -Djava.security.policy=java.policy client.ComputePi 10.194.72.80 20 it will work if they are run on the same PC. but if I move the client part to the other one, i cannot run the client and get the exception like this: ComputePi exception: error unmarshalling return; nested exception is: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: engine.ComputeEngine_Stub java.rmi.UnmarshalException: error unmarshalling return; nested exception is: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: engine.ComputeEngine_Stub at sun.rmi.registry.RegistryImpl_Stub.lookup(Unknown Source) at java.rmi.Naming.lookup(Naming.java:84) at client.ComputePi.main(ComputePi.java:14) if I copy the stub of server to the classpath of client, it will work with two PCs. this exception looks like from the setting of classpath of rmiregistry but WHY? is it right i execute "set classpath=" to unset classpath? (I'm using WindowsXP) and I have another question about this topic, because the server need class Pi for ComputeEngine, and will upload Pi.class to the sever side. is done by rmiregistry? why can it be done by the rmiregistry, but the stub is not?
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