RMI::Client::Tcp - an RMI::Client implementation using TCP/IP sockets
This document describes RMI::Client::Tcp v0.10.
$c = RMI::Client::Tcp->new( host => 'myserver.com', # defaults to 'localhost' port => 1234 # defaults to 4409 ); $c->call_use('IO::File'); $remote_fh = $c->call_class_method('IO::File', 'new', '/my/file'); print <$remote_fh>;
This subclass of RMI::Client makes a TCP/IP socket connection to an RMI::Server::Tcp. See RMI::Client for details on the general client API.
See for RMI::Server::Tcp for details on how to start a matching RMI::Server.
See the general RMI description for an overview of how RMI::Client and RMI::Servers interact, and examples.
This class overrides the constructor for a default RMI::Client to make a socket connection. That socket is both the reader and writer handle for the client.
See general bugs in RMI for general system limitations of proxied objects.
RMI, RMI::Server::Tcp, RMI::Client, RMI::Server, RMI::Node, RMI::ProxyObject