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Thread: “Getting started with RMI” tutorial for beginners

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    Default “Getting started with RMI” tutorial for beginners

    Since Java 5 working with RMI (Remote Method Invocation) is very easy. You don’t need the rmic compiler unless you work with legacy RMI clients. Now stubs are generated automatically at runtime. As a result, writing distributed or client-server applications becomes trivial.

    Read the full tutorial here: The 10 minutes “Getting started with RMI” tutorial
    Daniel @ [www.littletutorials.com]
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    Default Re: “Getting started with RMI” tutorial for beginners

    Thanks for sharing this tutorial.

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