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though rmi is not browser sensitive,on what grounds chat application using rmi are developed?how are chat application using rmi are incorporated in to the net?
 
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The code that is running for the client in an RMI application starts out with a calling to java.rmi.Naming.lookup(). lookup() requires an address and the exported name of a server object as parameters. Following the retrieval of objects over the wire like this, the client makes calls against the service object's "stub" which is downloaded on lookup.
The rest of the client side is just a matter of grabbing the returns from an RMI-based application and posting them into some GUI interface. There's not much mystery to it really.
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Michael Ernest, co-author of: The Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide
 
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