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Uses of Interface

Packages that use RemoteRef
java.rmi.server Provides classes and interfaces for supporting the server side of RMI. 

Uses of RemoteRef in java.rmi.server

Subinterfaces of RemoteRef in java.rmi.server
 interface ServerRef
          A ServerRef represents the server-side handle for a remote object implementation.

Fields in java.rmi.server declared as RemoteRef
protected  RemoteRef RemoteObject.ref
          the objects remote reference

Methods in java.rmi.server that return RemoteRef
 RemoteRef RemoteObject.getRef()
          Returns the remote reference for the remote object.

Methods in java.rmi.server with parameters of type RemoteRef
 boolean RemoteRef.remoteEquals(RemoteRef obj)
          Compares two remote objects for equality.
protected static void RemoteStub.setRef(RemoteStub stub, RemoteRef ref)
          Deprecated. no replacement. The setRef method is not needed since RemoteStubs can be created with the RemoteStub(RemoteRef) constructor.

Constructors in java.rmi.server with parameters of type RemoteRef
RemoteObject.RemoteObject(RemoteRef newref)
          Creates a remote object, initialized with the specified remote reference.
RemoteServer.RemoteServer(RemoteRef ref)
          Constructs a RemoteServer with the given reference type.
RemoteStub.RemoteStub(RemoteRef ref)
          Constructs a RemoteStub, with the specified remote reference.

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