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Jones Iraland
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Joined: Sep 15, 2007
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Hi ,I tried Kathy and Bert's Head first java RMI example.
I have these three classes
MyRemoteImpl
MyRemote
MyRemoteClient
Can you tell me what is the path i should follow from there?
How do i connect to a remote maching with a different JVM?

This chapter is very confusing to me..please help me.
Bert Bates
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Hey Jones,

Let's scoot this question over to the beginner's forum...


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Jones Iraland
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I am sorry about posting it in a wrong forum
 
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