- As far as manually testing the application goes, I can successfully start up an RMI registry (with runme.jar on the classpath). I can then start up a server instance to connect to it, and then start up multiple client instances to connect to the server locally.
Jason Then wrote:When my server starts, there's no GUI. And yes I start the application in a two step process - I explicitly run rmiregistry.exe before starting my server (I specified in the documentation that you needed to do this).
There's no requirement to have a GUI for the server is there?
Another question, my assignment has Sun branding all over it