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java.rmi: The Remote Method Invocation guide (Anglais) Broché – 30 mai 2001
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Description du produit
Revue de presse
"This book collects an astonishing range of Java RMI material, suitable for any Java programmer regardless of experience with RMI. The RMI novice will be able to run RMI programs without excessive hair-pulling; the accomplished RMI programmer will find enough techniques and explanations to improve the performance, capability, or aesthetic quality of his or her code; and the RMI expert will be able to perform great RMI-based hacks without the JDK source code. If you�??re looking at this book because I directed you to it on the RMI-USERS mailing list, then, yes, you�??ve found the right one!"
- from the foreword by Adrian Colley, RMI team, Sun Microsystems, Ireland
"Esmond is one of the long-time RMI 'gurus', accumulating a vast and deep arsenal of practical knowledge in RMI uses, internals, tricks and techniques. I am amazed he has packed so much in just under 300 pages. An effective RMI or Jini developer should absolutely have this reference in his collection."
-Brian Maso; consultant, DevelopMentor instructor, and Java Pro at DevX.com"
Présentation de l'éditeur
This book provides an in-depth resource to all features of RMI, building a firm, logical foundation for understanding and applying the RMI technology. It contains detailed information about how to apply RMI to get professional developers and students alike "up and running", while clarifying and extending the official information found in the specification
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Technical. The authors concentrate on reporting many technical details, explaining the workings of the RMI. The characteristics are listed and then explained in detail. The authors back their claims with references to the Java and RMI specifications. The authors present small and to the point examples. The books answers many intriguing questions on how or why certain details work in a specific way.
Well-written. The language is precise, easy to follow and free of useless talk. The reasoning is clear. The material is well organized.
Sound. The book covers many advanced RMI topics such as firewalls, advanced naming and interaction with CORBA. It covers more than I needed to learn.
Still current. Even though the book is pretty old, it's still current! I tried the examples, tested the information successfully. So far I encountered only one problem related to stubs with servers not derived from UnicastRemoteObject.
All in all, this is a great book to help you learn and understand RMI.
RMI programming can be simple if one avoids the pitfalls and doesn't venture out very far. When you need to know the subtleties of object serialization or mobile code deployment, however, the specifications aren't always complete and accurate, and most tutorials seem only to warm over areas the spec has covered, or show "one way that it definitely works."
This guide sets out to "re-document" RMI and raise awareness of its important (often subtle) aspects. In some cases the book even corrects Sun's papers, effectively (and diplomatically). It's invaluable as a refresher or reference. If it contained example code to verify its assertions, it would be hands-down the only RMI book to bother purchasing.
I had some prior experience with rmi and this book has certainly improved my understanding of it. It also covers the serialization and I gained much knowledge from it.
The only downside is the lack of full code samples.
Thus beginners to rmi might find it a little annoying.
Don't be fooled by the small size of the book - it is certainly no lightweight in useful content - it is concise and to the point - there is no fluff to wade through to find the real nuggets of wisdom in this book - just the most extensive treatment of this subject you will find anywhere.