Remote Method Invocation (RMI) , is a Java technology that facilitates invoking methods on objects located in separate Java Virtual Machines (JVMs). It enables distributed computing by enabling communication and collaboration between Java programs across network boundaries. With RMI, developers can seamlessly invoke remote methods as if they were local, as it handles the intricate details of network communication. This simplifies the development process and allows for efficient interaction between components in client-server applications and distributed systems.
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