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    How do you invoke a procedure from a remote machine ?

    I just went through few of threads that mentioned about the distributed object implementing and calling the method from the remote machine , I was concerned about procedures , but can you please tell me and give a brief idea regarding the the procedure being called from the remote machine or in short the description regarding the Remote Procedure. Please give me some sort of guidance. And also tell me does it makes use of JVM or Java Virtual Machine

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    Re: How do you invoke a procedure from a remote machine ?

    Microsoft Remote Procedure Call (RPC) is a influential technology for generating distributed client/server application. RPC is an interprocess communication method that permits client and server application to communicate. The Microsoft RPC capability is well-matched with the Open Group’s Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) requirement for remote procedure calls and is interoperable with further DCE-based RPC machines, like those for HP-UX and IBM AIX UNIX–based operating systems.

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    Re: How do you invoke a procedure from a remote machine ?

    The developer can either take the proposal by entering a statement conclusion character or language- definite marker such as the semicolon for C++) or continue typing the name. Eventually IntelliSense will decide precisely which variable or method the user wishes, given sufficient information. The characteristic also permits the user to choose from a number of overloaded methods in the circumstances of languages that sustain object oriented programming. IntelliSense can also show a short explanation of a function in the pop-up window (this characteristic relies on the sum of documentation enclosed in the source code of the method).

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    Re: How do you invoke a procedure from a remote machine ?

    A remote procedure is uniquely recognized by the triple: (program number, version number, procedure number) and here in this case program number recognizes a collection of related remote procedures, all of which has a unique procedure number. A program may consist of one or more editions. Every version comprise of a set of procedures which are obtainable to be invoked remotely. Version numbers enable multiple versions of an RPC protocol to be accessible concurrently. Each edition contains a number of procedures that can be invoked remotely. Each procedure is referred with a procedure number.

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    Re: How do you invoke a procedure from a remote machine ?

    RPC is a powerful method for constructing distributed, client-server based programs. It is based on extending the concept of usual, or local procedure calling, so that the known as procedure require not be real in the same address space as the invoking procedure. The two processes might be on the similar system, or they might be on dissimilar machines with a network connecting them. By making use of RPC, developers of distributed applications keep away from the details of the interface with the network.RPC makes the client/server replica of computing extra influential and simpler to program.

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