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1. ServerException is being thrown while binding RMI service    stackoverflow.com

I'm trying to build simple echo server as RMI application (step by step as it's described in Sun tutorial). All source code is shown below, it's very simple:

package test;

import java.rmi.Remote;
import java.rmi.RemoteException;

public interface ...

2. RMI binding same object twice but presenting different interfaces    stackoverflow.com

Hey guys, I have an interesting one for you here! I have one object, called Server, that implements two RMI interfaces, CSCP and ISCP. I need my Clients to be able to communicate ...

3. RMI Binding Issue (from Windows RMI Server to Ubuntu RMI Registry)    stackoverflow.com

I have an RMI Server which correctly binds to an RMI Registry when running on localhost (to demonstrate that things are setup correctly). The code which does this is:

 private void ...

4. RMI server startup binding problem    stackoverflow.com

I have a problem when I try to bind my interface implementation.

java.rmi.MarshalException: error marshalling arguments; nested exception is: 
    java.io.NotSerializableException: java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor
Has anyone an idea why this happens? Why should ...

5. RMI Registry Issue: rmiregistry may cause unintended exceptions when binding with codebase using the "file:" URL scheme    stackoverflow.com

Please see the passage "RMI Registry Issue" of this article for the background on Java Update 1.6.0_29 first. If I understand correctly (I'm german), the update introduces a bug in ...

6. Java RMI cannot bind server    stackoverflow.com

I'm working on Java RMI application, and having problem binding a server to the registry. I'm working on eclipse using rmi plugin, and everything worked fine before I had to format ...

7. RMI: How do you "bind" something?    coderanch.com

I'm working on a project that someone else started. It uses RMI, something I have no experience with. When the program is run, it throws a bunch of NotBoundExceptions at a Naming.lookup() call. As far as I cen tell, I need to "bind" what is being looked up. Uh...how do I do that?

8. registry binding problem in RMI    coderanch.com

Sorry about the lengthy mail. But it will hardly take 5 min to go thru it as most of it is basic code. I am a newbie to RMI and am trying to bind a server object with the rmiregistry. I have written a very simple remote class which basically returns a string as follows. I am using JDK 1.3 on ...

9. NoClassDefFoundError while RMI bind    coderanch.com

Hello All I am writting a small rmi application and this is how my directory structure look like com/rmi/graphservice has two classes (1) TaskInterface (Interface) (2) TaskService (Implementation class) com/util/common (1) Binder (Binds all the remote object to the registry) I have the make file as follows javac *.java rmic TaskService It successfully created the stub & skeleton. After that I ...

10. RMI binding    coderanch.com

public static void main(String[] args) { if (System.getSecurityManager() == null) {//installing security manager System.setSecurityManager(new SecurityManager()); System.out.println(":inside getsecuritymanager"); } try {//create and export remote object RemoteMediaServerInterface mediaServer= new RemoteMediaServer(); RemoteMediaServerInterface stub = (RemoteMediaServerInterface) UnicastRemoteObject.exportObject(mediaServer,0); //registering the remote object Registry registry = LocateRegistry.getRegistry(); registry.bind("RemoteMediaServer", stub); } catch (Exception e) { System.err.println("RemoteMediaServer exception:"); e.printStackTrace(); } }//end of method main

11. RMI binding    coderanch.com

public static void main(String[] args) { if (System.getSecurityManager() == null) {//installing security manager System.setSecurityManager(new SecurityManager()); } try {//create and export remote object RemoteMediaServerInterface mediaServer= new RemoteMediaServer(); RemoteMediaServerInterface stub = (RemoteMediaServerInterface) UnicastRemoteObject.exportObject(mediaServer,0); //registering the remote object Registry registry = LocateRegistry.getRegistry("172.17.1.40",1099); //this is line 67 which is reffered in the error message registry.rebind("RemoteMediaServer", stub); } catch (Exception e) { e.printStackTrace(); } System.out.println("end of ...

12. RMI binding to more than one IP    coderanch.com

Hi , in my application where the clients communicate with the server through RMI, the exported remote objects are bound to the hostname set in "java.rmi.server.hostname" system property. If the server has two NIC cards, then is it possible for the clients on different networks to connect to the server with the Network IP address to which it belongs other than ...

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