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I am having problem with one project. The project involves a simple db. Now user can either choose working locally or remotely with db. I have to decide where this db should be located. If i place db on server side how can user then work with it locally ? I don't see this part or otherway around. Also i have a class which has access methods and other methods usefully working with this db where should i place this class file. Should there be 2 copies of it one for server and one for client ?
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1) The access classes stay on the server and on the client.
2) You need and RMI-Server-Object on the Server machine.
   The Object must register at the rmi-registry.

You find usefull information about RMI at http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2/docs/guide/rmi/index.html

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