Remote method invocation
Java RMI is a Java language-dependent technology for distributed computing. It provides seamless distributed communication between Java virtual machines. RMI uses object serialization and offers true object-oriented polymorphism even across distributed address spaces. Since RMI is based on Java, it brings the power of safety, concurrency and portability to distributed applications. In developing their applications, programmers must explicitly indicate which interfaces will be available as a remote service by extending the java.rmi. Remote interface.
A special quality of RMI is its ability to dynamically load new objects into an address space. For example, if a remote service has undergone change and extended its capabilities, it is feasible for RMI to dynamically load the new...
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