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Back To Basics: Hello Remote Method Invocation (RMI)

RMI is an easy way to communicate between JVMs. It is particularly helpful for the encapsulation of e.g. legacy JNI code or any other unstable part of the system.

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Didn't know it was that easy by now. Great!

Some questions remain: What benefit do remote EJBs add? (except for hiding some exceptions ;-) It probably is not sufficient to annotate the HelloServant as @Stateless, is it? You seem not to be so convinced of the technology, why?

Posted by Rüdiger on December 22, 2013 at 11:55 PM CET #

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