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I have a GUI which needs to pass variables to a class. If I try to make an instance of that class 'Asb asb = new Asb();'
 I get the error saying "unreported exception java.rmi.RemoteException; must be caught or declared to be thrown".
public class Asb extends UnicastRemoteObject implements Publisher,
		 Serializable
 
{
 
public Asb() throws RemoteException
     
   {
        
super();
            
     }
 
}

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by:MicheleMarcon
ID: 24113663
As you have declared, the Asb() constructor throws RemoteException.

You need to do this:

try{
Asb asb = new Asb();
//your code here
}catch (RemoteException e){
//something has gone wrong, you can put debug code or fix the problem.
System.out.println("Something bad happened!");
}
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by:namsu55
ID: 24113805
Yeah that works, can you give me an example of system.out.println, where if connection is not made or not present (rmiregistry not turned on) throws an exception. From within the ABS class.
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by:basav_com
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throw(e);
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by:namsu55
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try{
Asb asb = new Asb();
//your code here
}catch (RemoteException e){
//something has gone wrong, you can put debug code or fix the problem.
System.out.println("Something bad happened!");
}
throw(e);

That doesnt work it says incompatible types.
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by:basav_com
ID: 24113845
Actually you can declare the class throws exception:
See this example is very close to your question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Java/Q_20985361.html
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try{
Asb asb = new Asb();
//your code here
}catch (RemoteException e){
//something has gone wrong, you can put debug code or fix the problem.
System.out.println("Something bad happened!");
throw(e);    ---->  You messed up the brackets
}
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by:namsu55
ID: 24113897
It now says what it said before : "unreported exception java.rmi.RemoteException; must be caught or declared to be thrown".
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by:Thomas4019
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ID: 24117024
I just use e.printStackTrace(); This causes it to print the Exception to the Console window.
try{
Asb asb = new Asb();
//your code here
}catch (RemoteException e){
e.printStackTrace();
}

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