RPC programming

What lies beneath

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Anupama Bindu and Srinath Karanam

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: November 24, 2009

Using RPC programming is one of the most powerful and efficient ways to ensure communication between client and server entities. It forms the basis for almost any application running on distributed computing environments. This article deals with the basic flow of events between an RPC client and server and later deals with runtime handling of these events. The different routines that are dealt in this article are categorized appropriately and described based on their functionality.

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