Re: try{}catch(){} with RMI

Eric Sosman <>
Wed, 16 Aug 2006 17:07:42 -0400
<1155762463.817360@news1nwk> wrote On 08/16/06 16:47,:

Everytime I try to connect with the server via RMI I get stuck in

            GarageServerImpl g = new GarageServerImpl();
            Naming.rebind("Serve", g); // sets the handle
            System.out.println("GarageServer started and " +
                                  "awaiting connections.");
        catch (RemoteException er)
                "Exception in GarageServer.main: " + er);
        catch (Exception err)
                "Exception occurred: " + err);

Help? I don't know how to fix...

    I don't know what's wrong, but here's a suggestion: Each
of those Exception objects carries a lot of information about
the exact nature of the error and where it occurred -- and
you're throwing most of it away. (And you've kept what little
remains hidden from the rest of us ...)

    Discard those System.out.println() calls and use the
Exception objects' printStackTrace() methods instead, and
you're likely to learn lots more about the circumstances
of the problem.


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