RMI and asynchronous calls - question.
Does RMI support asynchronous method calls? Is it necessary to kick out a
new thread in the remote object to process the call to it asynchronously?
Re: RMI and asynchronous calls - question.
If you mean "can you call an RMI method, then continue on with your code and
have the result come back at some future time", I don't think it does. And
I don't see how a thread in the remote object could make it do that, either.
A thread in the local object, yes. But you might want to consider a
messaging architecture; what you describe sounds like "send a message, get a
"alex yershov" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Does RMI support asynchronous method calls? Is it necessary to kick out a
> new thread in the remote object to process the call to it asynchronously?
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