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Java RMI by William Grosso

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Using Dynamic Classloadingin an Application

Once you’ve set up a class server, either using a web server or a variant of the previous code, you still need to adapt your application. Adapting an application to use dynamic classloading doesn’t require much work. However, the changes are pervasive (both the client and the server code changes), and it’s easy to forget to make one. In what follows, we’ll walk through the changes step by step, based on where the code is running. I should point out that most of the changes aren’t code changes.

Instead, they’re configuration changes and slight alterations in how the code is deployed.

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