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Does rmic command spit out...

Rajashekar Subramany
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Joined: Nov 16, 2005
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Hi Everyone!

I learning about RMIs. I wanted to know if when we execute the "rmic" command on the implementation file, does it spit out the stub and skeleton class files? Or only the stub file?

Raj.


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Edward Harned
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There is no longer a skeleton class.


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