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A Beginners Guide To RMI
In general, this FREE ebook is written for anyone interested in using Java Remote Method Invocation to build distributed applications. The ebook is intended to be a practical guide to RMI. This ebook assumes the reader has a basic knowledge of Object Oriented Programming and the Java language. All the examples given in this ebook have been tested using JDK 1.3.
Coverage Includes
  • Network Concepts
  • RMI Architecture.
  • The Classic Hello World Program.
  • Exporting an Object.
  • Creating and Running a Registry Service.
  • Dynamic Class Loading.
  • Performance.
  • Garbage Collector Interfaces and Stub/Skeleton Interfaces.
  • Serialization.
  • Multithreading
  • Remote Client.
  • Servlets and RMI.
  • Lazy Activation.
  • Database Server.
  • Utility Classes.
  • Database Client.
  • Running The Application.

Some Comments-A Beginners Guide To RMI
I bought a big book on J2EE, with at least 50 pages on RMI. I read it and tried to understand how RMI works. After some time, I was still not able to understand all, and i found "A Beginners Guide To RMI". The text in this book ("A Beginners Guide To RMI") is very clear and short, and the examples are such more pertinent than the one in my (expensive) book. - Mathieu
The best thing about the e-book ("A Beginners Guide To RMI") is its simplicity. The text presented in this e-book is very clear. -Silky
It is very useful book for those who are interested in network programming & RMI architecture. -Vishwesh (student), B.Sc.(I.T), Mumbai University
The book "A Beginners Guide To RMI" is very good. -Ricardo Castano, Colombia