Question about Java RMI and Eclipse
I would like to create an application with which I can easily connect to a JAVA program, installed on a web server, through JAVA RMI. I have already created a ClientRMI.java and a ServerRMI.java and compiled them. The stubs also have been created properly.
When I run the application outside the Eclipse editor, everything works just fine! However, when I want to integrate the files into a bigger project in Eclipse... and starts running it, he tells me he can't find the stub class or something like that. I need to place this one in the classpath but I don't know how to do that in Eclipse? Could anyone help me with this problem?
This is the fault message I get:
no security manager: RMI class loader disabled)
RMI Plug-in for Eclipse
Just for completeness (I see this is quite an old question)
the RMI Plug-in for Eclipse could've helped you.
It can automatically generate the stubs and compute
the application's codebase, based on your Java projects.
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