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RMI: If a multithreaded client opens multiple connections on the server side?

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I have a RMI server, and one object is registered to it, which is single threaded.
If I have a multithreaded client, in which different threads call different methods on the Remote object using same stub.
I have two questions:

1. Whether all client threads' requests would be handled by the same remote object (please note that all threads use the same stub i.e. all threads use the stub written by one Naming.lookup(..) call)?
2. Would simultaneous client calls open multiple connections on the server side?

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Mick Barry
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