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Hibernate and RMI

Padma Prasad
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what is the relation between Hibernate and RMI? Does RMI has anything to do when Hibernate is used? Fine, when a remote invocation is required, RMI is used. but does it have a role when hibernate is used in particular? donno if the question is confusing but what I wanted to know is does hibernate has anything in particular related to RMI. or how does it work with RMI?
Lasse Koskela
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No, I wouldn't say they have anything in common. RMI is for RPC-style remote calls while Hibernate persists objects.


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