Java.rmi Hello World example


I'm preparing for an exam. During my distributed computing course we touched on java rmi. I don't need to be able to code rmi  - but its always good to support answers with code back-up :) Hi have found an hello world example at

I was wondering which classes would I as a programmer explicitly have to programme? The remote inter face (, the remote class ( and the client programe class ?? So three in total. Is that correct??

Thanks as ever. Your help is invaluable :)
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
Yes, you need to code those three things, effectively. You will also find a simple sample here: 

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hm i would use spring and let the rmi to it using it via a proxy

have  a look at the javadocs:
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