Java Remote Method Protocol

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Java Remote Method Protocol or JRMP is the Java technology-specific protocol for looking up and referencing remote objects. It is a wire level protocol running at the level under Java remote method invocation (RMI) and over TCP/IP.


JRMP is a Java-specific, stream-based protocol for Java-to-Java remote calls, requiring both clients and server to use Java objects. RMI-IIOP is an alternative protocol which exposes Java objects to CORBA ORBs. Many application server vendors have developed their own protocols for use with RMI which claim[citation needed] to offer advantages over both IIOP and JRMP.

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