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Use RMI to develop Distributed Chat System

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Good morning,
I need some help to develop a chat system.
i would like to use RMI to develop a chat system.
The chat system operate like normal java chat system,
except that i would like the system can be linked with other webserver to participate as distributed chat server on internet.
Other web server which want to participate need to add some code applet on the server side.
Is this posibble to do using Java RMI.
Where can i get more infomation on it.
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Yes this is possible.  A good book on this would be Java RMI by IDG Books.  I teven includes a code for a simple RMI chat applet.
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i read that book already
the Chat program only run on one server
i don't think it can get connected with multiple server.
i mean distributed the process for the chat server among other web server.
the problem is how can i do it if i want other server taking part in the process by just adding some applet code at their server..
can u give me more infomation please.
the book u told me is RMI by IDG .

Thanx
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