Class hierarchy—Exceptions in servers—Exceptions in clients—Alphabetic list of exceptions—Remarks
This appendix discusses some of the issues surrounding exceptions in RMI servers and RMI clients, followed by an alphabetical listing of the exceptions specific to RMI.
The hierarchy diagram in Figure A.1 shows the RMI exceptions and their inheritance relationships.
Figure A.1. RMI exception class hierarchy
An RMI server can encounter an RMI exception when constructing, exporting, binding, unbinding, or unexporting itself.
An RMI server's implementation of a remote method cannot encounter ...