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RMI - Transport return code invalid

Paul Smiley
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I posted this in the SCJD forum, but it may be more appropriate here. Has anyone seen this before???
Chris Shepherd
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Joined: Jun 27, 2000
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so did you try the timing? That was my thought as well. Not because the network can't handle it, but because each call to the server gets its own thread and perhaps its getting behind. Also, I don't know what your server code looks like. Are you trying to return a static or global Date variable? Is it something that might be getting destroyed after you return it, and its gone after 2 itereations can complete?
Just some thoughts,
I agree. Here's the link:
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