Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
java.rmi.registry.Registry

Packages that use Registry
java.rmi.registry Provides a class and two interfaces for the RMI registry. 
 

Uses of Registry in java.rmi.registry
 

Methods in java.rmi.registry that return Registry
static Registry LocateRegistry.createRegistry(int port)
          Creates and exports a Registry instance on the local host that accepts requests on the specified port.
static Registry LocateRegistry.createRegistry(int port, RMIClientSocketFactory csf, RMIServerSocketFactory ssf)
          Creates and exports a Registry instance on the local host that uses custom socket factories for communication with that instance.
static Registry LocateRegistry.getRegistry()
          Returns a reference to the the remote object Registry for the local host on the default registry port of 1099.
static Registry LocateRegistry.getRegistry(int port)
          Returns a reference to the the remote object Registry for the local host on the specified port.
static Registry LocateRegistry.getRegistry(String host)
          Returns a reference to the remote object Registry on the specified host on the default registry port of 1099.
static Registry LocateRegistry.getRegistry(String host, int port)
          Returns a reference to the remote object Registry on the specified host and port.
static Registry LocateRegistry.getRegistry(String host, int port, RMIClientSocketFactory csf)
          Returns a locally created remote reference to the remote object Registry on the specified host and port.
 Registry RegistryHandler.registryImpl(int port)
          Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's implementation.
 Registry RegistryHandler.registryStub(String host, int port)
          Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's stub.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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