In this chapter:
This chapter presents a high-level overview of RMI and Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) concepts, and best practices for using RMI and JNDI in distributed programming. The chapter covers:
Using the remote interface
The RMI programming model
Serialization and the java.io.Serializable interface
Using RMI in distributed applications
WebLogic RMI optimizations
In the Internet age, networked applications are commonplace. From Web browsers to hand-helds, every device becomes a networked device communicating with distant servers. In this networked world, enterprise applications require communication and distribution facilities. Millions of users rely on standard protocols ...