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These are some of the underlying exceptions which can occur on the server when the server is itself executing a remote method invocation. These exceptions are wrapped in a
java.rmi.ServerException; that is the
java.rmi.ServerExceptioncontains the original exception for the client to extract. These exceptions are wrapped by
ServerExceptionso that the client will know that its own remote method invocation on the server did not fail, but that a secondary remote method invocation made by the server failed.
note: this exception is deprecated as of the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, v1.2
Hash mismatch of stub and skeleton.
I/O error unmarshaling call header. I/O error unmarshaling arguments. Invalid method number or method hash.
Protocol error marshaling return.
RemoteExceptionoccurring as a result of a remote invocation by the server.