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How do I compile RMI using RMIC and packages?

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I seem to be having a problem when it comes to compiling with rmic.

I have a directory :    sal\rmibook\timeserver\

I have a file in the folder timeserver called TimeServerImpl2.class which I
want to generate stubs and skeletons for.  This class is part of a package
(which it imports)
rmibook.timeserver

I cannot figure out how to compile my stubs.  I am working in NT and am
using JDK 1.1.2  --- I know it has something to do with the package stuff,
because I have been able to rmic things that do not import packages.

The errors seem to be that it can't find the file or it can't find the file
of type rmibook.timeserver.TimeServerImpl2.class

Please help!  Should I compile from a certain directory because it has a
package import?

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ashishagarwal earned 100 total points
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Scampa,

I would advise to you read up the Documentation On Java 1.1.x. It gives pretty helpful info on Java and Package name.

in your scenario make sure :

you are in the root directory.. c:\

give the cmd :
rmic rmibook.timeserver.TimeServerImpl2

hope it helps
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