RMI - the best setup

ive got an RMI project with an Access DB. (adding/deleting/updating/etc.) would it be better to have the GUI on the client or the server side? and/or what would be the best way to set it up?
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girionisCommented:
Have it on the client, although RMI can download the necessary classes on demand.
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objectsCommented:
how would you have it on the server side, what would be the client then?
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SilversoftAuthor Commented:
do i make the actionListeners of the buttons point to functions() that are in the RMI model?
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SilversoftAuthor Commented:
ie. addperson(), deleltePerson() etc.
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girionisCommented:
You have the action listeners exactly as you would in any other application. The only difference is that they call remote methods and not local ones.
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SilversoftAuthor Commented:
perfect dude, shot!
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girionisCommented:
:)
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