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Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
Posts: 33
Hello to all....
I just want to know that how i can integrate the rmi application with Servlet......How it's possible.....bcoz i ve already rmiServer class and rmiClient class so if i want to use Servlet over it then what implementations i ve to do and how???........plz tell me...
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Ken Robinson
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Joined: Dec 23, 2003
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I'm not sure I understand what you want.
If you want your serlvet to access a service available via RMI, the servlet is just an other client and should be written as such.
I cannot think of a reason to have an RMI server/client call a servlet as the only way would be through a URL connection to the server.
Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
Posts: 33
Hello Kenneth Robinson....
I m sorry to say that u cant understand what i mean....but i want to say that....the problem which i m facing is that i made an application which is running as client/server in RMI.....right..
Now i want to use the servlet in such a way that an end-user write the input it can be any one by using that website or address and then that input will be trasfered to RMI application which i already made.....then that server will distribute the tasks to clients and then clients will give the computed answer to the RMI Server and at last the server will responded to the end-user with that answer...
I think so in that case, Servlet will be use in dispatching and collecting results and inputs respectively.....May i right or wrong plz help me....or if i m not so what will be the alternative to use over the internet...
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Francis John
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Joined: Sep 09, 2003
Posts: 33
Hello Robinson....
I m writing again to u.so that u will see previous message and gave my answers..i m really waiting for those replies....plz tell me...
Thanx in advance..
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