Re: it doesn't make sense but that's how it's -RMI

"Andrew Thompson" <>
5 Sep 2006 12:13:54 -0700
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Im trying to connect client side applet with remote server using RMI.
At first all things going ok and the remote object returns the output
correctly. But when i try to modify the client side applet to call
another method in the remote object, its still returning the output of
the old method. I tried to restart the server, restart the rmiegistry
and compile all the code again but still the problem exist. But when i
restart my computer and run the application the result would be the
output of the new method.

it doesn't make sense but that's how it's.

There was no question in there, however I will point out that
the problem is quite possibly caching of the applet classes
by the browser.

You can solve that by opening the Java console (in the
browser) and typing 'x' the 'clear classloader cache'

Sorry for long message>

That message is not long! You might even have afforded
to throw in a few more line-breaks to add more paragraphs.

Andrew T.

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