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Thread: Difference between RIM( Remote Methode Invocation) and WEB sever

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    Default Difference between RIM( Remote Methode Invocation) and WEB sever

    Sir,

    Both RIM and Web Server receive the request from client and then both process the request and after processing the request
    both send response to client ...so i want to know difference between theses two..


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    Default Re: Difference between RIM( Remote Methode Invocation) and WEB sever

    RMI describes the function/procedure/object structure of a remote function/procedure/object as if it was locally. RMI must be compiled in your local codes. On the remote host a RMI server executes the request and send the result back to the requester.
    A Webserver works similar a RMI server. The difference lies also in the Client code. For example, a JMS or a JavaBean request can be seen as a RMI request but a Web link isn't.

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