find the solution to the above problem relatively straightforward by simply modifying the code for the Bank example application from this chapter.

Using class Result (shown below) and making the minor modification that will

 

ensure that objects of this class are serialisable, make method getResults

available via an RMI interface. This method should return a Vector containing

initialised Result objects that are set up by a server program (also to be written

by you) and made available via an implementation object placed in the RMI

registry by the server. The server should store two Result objects in the Vector

contained within the implementation object. Access this implementation object

via a client program and use the methods of the Result class to display the

surname and examination mark for each of the two Result objects. (I.e., employ

'Method 1' from Section 5.4.)

You should find the solution to the above problem relatively straightforward by

simply modifying the code for the Bank example application from this chapter.

class Result implements java.io.Serializable

{

private String surname;

private int mark;

public Result(String name, int score)

{

surname = name;

mark = score;

}

public String getName()

{

return surname;

}

public void setName(String name)

{

surname = name;

}

public int getMark()

{

return mark;

}

public void setMark(int score)

{

if ((score>=0) && (score<>

mark = score;

}

}

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