Day-4RMI[1] - Remote Method Invocation RMI RMI is designed...

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RMI RMI is designed to make communication between two java programs, running in separate jvms, as much like making a method call inside a single process as possible. Using RMI we can write reliable distributed applications. In RMI, applications are divided into objects and these objects communicate with each other through an interface.
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Distributed Application In a distributed application system we can add or remove predefined components from each other. This does not affect the structure of any application.
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Component reuse- Once the object is created for a certain application, it can be used by other developers for their applications also. Less time & resources-We can use the existing components for our application and we can save our time and resources. Less complexity-The application is divided into objects or component,hence the complexity of the entire project is reduced. Les storage space-Since multiple objects make same
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2011 for the course COMPUTER S 133 taught by Professor Andrewstrauss during the Spring '11 term at Bucks Community College.

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Day-4RMI[1] - Remote Method Invocation RMI RMI is designed...

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