- Direct Known Subclasses:
- Activatable, UnicastRemoteObject
The RemoteServer class is the common superclass to all server
implementations and provides the framework to support a wide range
of remote reference semantics. Specifically, the functions needed
to create and export remote objects (i.e. to make them remotely
available) are provided abstractly by RemoteServer and concretely
by its subclass(es).
- public abstract class RemoteServer
- extends RemoteObject
The subclass selected identifies the semantics of the remote
reference, for example whether the server is a single object or is
a replicated object requiring communications with multiple
locations. At present only UnicastRemoteObject is supported.
- See Also:
- Serialized Form
protected RemoteServer(RemoteRef ref)
public static String getClientHost()
- Return the hostname of the current client. When called from a
thread actively handling a remote method invocation the
hostname of the client is returned.
- ServerNotActiveException - If called outside of servicing
a remote method invocation.
public static void setLog(OutputStream out)
- Log RMI calls to the output stream out. If out is
null, call logging is turned off.
public static PrintStream getLog()
- Returns stream for the RMI call log.
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