I need help designing the framework to enable multiple java clients to connect to a single java server via RMI.
The clients will have a GUI.
Multiple clients will access the server at one time.
The client requested GUI pages will generated from data on the server. When the server data updates, the open GUI will need to update also, so I need two way communication.
The client GUI will also be used to create new objects on the server. There will be 50+ different classes that will need custom Gui pages/forms for viewing/updating/creating objects on the server.
All data resides on server.
An example of what I am talking about would be; stock charting software, where the charts/indicators would all be displayed on the client side GUI, and the all created chart/indicator objects and live data would reside on server. Communication via RMI.
I've seen many examples of simple rmi setups that address simple problems.
In my case, I have a rather complex GUI with the need to build many different objects on the server, and view many different pages on the client using server data.
Bottom line; I am not sure how to make a clean interface between client and server. What I am looking for is an schematic, explanation, or examples of how to do this using java RMI.
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