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RMI Server is not bound

Yatin Shah
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Hi There,

Since I am trying to generate STUB and SKELETON file using rmic, but it only generates stub. I am not getting why is that so? Is any one can help me?

I sincerely look forward to your assistance and support.

Regards,
Yatin Shah
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If you look at the Skeleton interface, you will see that it is deprecated as of Java 1.2. You can force them to be generated, but in general they are not needed. Similarly, the JDK 5 release notes indicate that stubbing is no longer needed.


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