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When you click the Click Me button, the text is sent to the RMIClient2 program by way of the remote server object. When you click the Click Me button on the RMIClient2 program, the text sent from RMIClient1 appears. First Instance of Client 1 If you start a second instance of RMIClient1 and type in some text, that text is sent to RMIClient2 when you click the Click Me button. To see the text received by RMIClient2, click its Click Me button. Second Instance of Client 1 File Summary The example program consists of the RMIClient1 program, remote object and interface, and the RMIClient2 program as illustrated in the diagram.

However, if you run the applet without a policy file, you get a stack trace indicating permission errors. The Granting Applets Permission section in Lesson 6 introduced you to policy files and how to launch an applet with the permission it needs. The Lesson 6 applet example provided the policy file and told you how to launch the applet with it. This lesson shows you how to read the stack trace to determine the permissions you need in a policy file. To keep things interesting, this lesson has two versions of the database access applet: one uses the JDBC driver, and the other uses the the JDBC-ODBC bridge with an Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC) driver.

GetBytes(); Next, a File object is created for the file to be written to and used to create a FileOutputStream object. txt"; File outputFile = new File(outputFileName); FileOutputStream out = new FileOutputStream(outputFile); Finally, the FileOutputStream object writes the byte array to the File object and closes the output stream when the operation completes. close(); The code to open a file for reading is similar. To read text from a file, a File object is created and used to create a FileInputStream object.

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