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deleting remote objects - general performance

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I ve got the following question from a past exam paper:

"Explain the consequences of Java's approach to deleting remote objects on
the general performance of both local and remote Java method invocations."

Does this refer to the latency imposed by object activation?I cant really
understand the question!

Any pointers wellcome.

Thank you in advance.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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