Java - Remote Method Invocation (RMI)

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To communicate with remote objects. RMI enables an application to obtain a reference to an object located elsewhere in the network, and to invoke methods on that object as though it were co-located with the client on the same JVM locally in the client's virtual machine.

An EJB with a remote interface is an RMI object.

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