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syam
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Joined: May 06, 2001
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i have three class rmiimp,rmiser,rmicli.
i compiled them using javac ****.
it worked .
after that when i use rmic rmiser ,
anerror is coming
that
class rmiser is not found.
what should i do?
pl . help me.
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rani bedi
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What do you mean by using rmic rmiser?

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Anil Vupputuri
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Joined: Oct 31, 2000
Posts: 527
Originally posted by syam:
i have three class rmiimp,rmiser,rmicli.
i compiled them using javac ****.
it worked .
after that when i use rmic rmiser ,
anerror is coming
that
class rmiser is not found.
what should i do?
pl . help me.

If I understand ur question correctly, u need to use rmic on ur implementaion class rather than rmiser (Server class), it should be on rmiimp
so

should work.


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