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regarding rmi

sri charan
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Joined: Dec 04, 2007
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hello friends,

have one doubt when reading headfirst ejb..... she said that the latest versions of rmi doesn't create multiple skelton's for multiple clients is this true(the sentence resembles the same meaning)..... if so how it be...

can any one post your view.......

thanks & regards
Pradeep bhatt
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Can you post the entire sentence ?


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sri charan
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page:65 "" IN the early versions of RMI, for every stub there was a matching skeleton object. Today, though, that's not always true. ""

Have another doubt in Page:72 regarding hashmap in Dumb Questions

I am not clear about this i mean HashMap Serializablity.....

first para they given that ""Collection implementations in the J2SE API are Serializable"" and in the 3rd para said that "value()method present in the hashmap is from Collection interface".... last they ""don't rely on the Collection returned from a map's values() method to be Serializable""

may be i didn't understand properly ...... can you please explain this....
 
 
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