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Handling Exceptions

 
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Hi,
My Remote Object throws a checked exception(ex record not found) . I handle this exception and rethrow a new RemoteException. Hope this is how exceptions are handled in RMI.
At the client side i am able to catch this exception. However I am not able to get back the MyException.toString() part of the Exception. Doesn't the RemoteException return back the toString() part via the network??.
Hope i have clarified what problem i have.
 
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Hi, Rahul.
When you throw the RemoteException, use the constructor that takes a String message and a Throwable to wrap. You can wrap the original exception in the RemoteException.
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