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LinuxProgramming: Getting Started With Jini

May 19, 2001, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])


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'We're pleased to offer this tutorial on programming in Jini. The author uses Red Hat 7.1. "Jini includes several technologies for distrubuted computing envrionments. The first and foremost is its IPMulticast service announcement and registry system. This is what we are going to play with today. This is a system by which RMI objects ( or really, any kind of remote service front end object ) can be passed out to the network and found by any other machine on the network. Here we are going to use vanilla RMI Remote Stubs, but they could be EJB Home Stubs, or anything else you want."'

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