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How to check whether Naming.lookup uses Default host name and port number?
Joined: Jun 18, 2012
Jun 24, 2012 20:47:05
I got a problem connection and RMI server..
host name = dev1bv
port number = 5235
localObj = (SvrObjInterface) Naming.lookup("//dev1bv:5235/RMIServer");
and when I try to retrieve
TObj = localObj.getTObj();
I got null value for TObj.. I checked and localObj is not null..
Please help me. I think it is because it uses default host name and port ???
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