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    What is the protocol used by RMI?


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    Default Re: RMI

    When using RMI the java objects are serialized and sent over the network using TCP protocol.

    See also: Getting Started Using Java RMI

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    Default Re: Protocol used by RMI

    Hi Mr Scott,
    Protocol used by RMI - RMI-IIOP. For More Information about this RMI protocols you can check on the following link below .
    Last edited by Json; February 9th, 2010 at 07:06 AM. Reason: Whats with the non relevant links?

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