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Java in a Nutshell book: RMI

 
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I tried to look for "RMI " in the book. It said
"In particular, tools concerned with CORBA and the server portion of RMI are not
covered, as these modules were removed from the platform with the release of Java
11."

Is RMI server portion removed from java 11?, If someone is using Java-8, how to migrate the server-side portion to java-11?

I am also looking for a good resource(book/blog java 8/11/17) that covers how to invoke method through RMI and/or proxy.
 
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I'm thinking that RMI got moved from core Java to JEE and therefore is no longer part of the core platform. I would check Jakarta EE docs for that.

CORBA, despite being an essential skill to get considered for hiring back in the 1990s is as dead as cuneiform tablets at this point. You won't find anyone supporting it.

Mostly RMI has been replaced by things like web services these days. so I'm not sure how successful you will be in finding books about it. It has its advantages, but it's comparatively cumbersome to work with and quite sensitive to differences between JVM versions of client and server.
 
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As Tim pointed out, classical remoting is rapidly fading away.
You may want to have a look at gRPC as an alternative to rest-based communication.
 
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Claude Moore wrote:You may want to have a look at gRPC as an alternative to rest-based communication.


I'm a big fan of HTTP2 and gRPC - works great between Java services/apps and with applications built using other languages.
 
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