java RMI

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Is it possible to run a java RMI and NOT have the stub file in the client directory (and if so HOW).  In other words I would like to have the client automatically download the stub file behind the scenes from the server.  I have read things which say that this is only possible with COBRA (and other more advanced mechanisms) and I have seen other literature which says that this is possible.  What is the final word gurus :)
Question by:ARACK04
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    It is possible using dynamic class loading:

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