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RMI doubt

Madhumitha Baskaran
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I am having a RMI server which invokes an class say X which needs separate Jar to be included. I will return this object of X to the RMI client. To get the object of type X, should RMI client also have jar for class X. I guess it is needed.. Are there any ways to avoid using jar files in Client side also?

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