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call a remote server method in java

Neha Sinha
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Joined: Jul 08, 2009
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i have created a java web service. My javadoc is on the remote machine. can ny body suggest me how i would be able to access the classes and methods of java doc from my web service.
Deepak Bala
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I am having difficulty understanding the question. The javadoc is simply documentation for your java class files. It gives you an idea of the overall package that you are using. You cannot call a javadoc programmatically.


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Xyz Bsf
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Joined: Jul 27, 2009
Posts: 2
Hello,
what i can understand that the user wants to call the methods of the Java API, that present at the server. If i am right, then the solution is so simple. You can directly call the methods by the name with the help of RMI or you can map the methods with the help of JNDI and the call it as RPC.

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