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URLyBird: RMI Server

Alexandre Baldo
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Joined: Aug 04, 2006
Posts: 48
Hello, all!!

I have to questions about RMI Server:

#1: When I run the client app and it connects to the rmi server two file are created: suncertify.properties (that's ok) and a blank xxx.db file. I don't know why it is creating the db file.

#2: When I run the client app in the same network the server is the connection with the server is ok! But if I try to run the client from a different network it connects to the server but than for any other action (search, for instance) it says that the connection was refused by the server... I've configured the port forwarding in my router but it still didn't work...

Can anyone help me??

Thank's in advance!

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Roberto Perillo

Joined: Dec 28, 2007
Posts: 2271

Howdy, Alexandre!!!

For question #1, this shouldn't really be happening, so you'll have to investigate closely what's wrong (it's kindda' hard to tell what is wrong without seeing the code )

For question #2, I assumed the server and the client would always be running in the same network, so if you can have a client connect to the server from the same network, it should be ok!

Cheers, Bob "John Lennon" Perillo
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Alexandre Baldo
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Joined: Aug 04, 2006
Posts: 48
#1: I'll debug the code again to see what is going on...
#2: It is working when the client and server are in the same network! So I will not worry about that...

Thank's for your reply, Roberto!
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