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How to Call ClientCallBacks from the Server

 
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HI

i am having two RMI programs

1.ClientCallBack it is a Remote Interface, implementation call and created stub and skeleton.

2.ServerRMI it is an interface, i have an implementation class and created stub and skeleton.

I want to access ClientCallBacks from the server and vice-versa.


How to do this.
 
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Hi
first the Server should be remotly available
so you'll bind the server in the rmiregistry.
second the client lookup for the server and
register himself at the server, the server should
keep a Vector (List etc .. ) of all the clients
when he want to invoke a client methode he wont lookup
for clients, he will use them directly from his Vector(List )
i hope that what i wrote helped you
i'll post tomorrow a simple example that shows how to do that
Best, Omar
 
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