Distributed Computing with RMI

Remote Method Invocation (RMI) technology, first introduced in JDK 1.1, elevates network programming to a higher plane. Although RMI is relatively easy to use, it is a remarkably powerful technology and exposes the average Java developer to an entirely new paradigm--the world of distributed object computing. A primary goal for the RMI designers was to allow programmers to develop distributed Java programs with the same syntax and semantics used for non-distributed programs. To do this, they had to carefully map how Java classes and objects work in a single Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to a new model of how classes and objects would work in a distributed (multiple JVM) computing environment. ...

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Tue, 28/12/2010 - 21:06