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I want to have two different virtual machines running in the same machine at the same time. Is this possible ?

I want to call processes running in one VM to call processes running in another machine. How do i do this ?
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I want to have two different virtual machines running in the same machine at the same time. Is this possible ?

SURE, YOU CAN! run Java in 2 different window or whatelse.

I want to call processes running in one VM to call processes running in another machine. How do i do this ?

YES, YOU CAN USE RMI, OR OTHER NETWORK PROTOCOL.
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