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 119 rmic.no.output.dir=\
 120         Cannot find suitable output directory for {0}. Use the -d option to specify a root directory.
 121 rmic.cannot.create.dir=\
 122         Cannot create output directory {0}.
 123 
 124 #
 125 # JRMP Messages
 126 #
 127 
 128 rmic.cant.make.stubs.for.interface=\
 129         {0} is an interface; stubs are needed only for remote object classes.
 130 rmic.must.implement.remote=\
 131         Class {0} does not implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; only remote objects need stubs and skeletons.
 132 rmic.must.implement.remote.directly=\
 133         Stubs are only needed for classes that directly implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; class {0} does not directly implement a remote interface.
 134 rmic.must.throw.remoteexception=\
 135         {0} is not a valid remote interface: method {1} must throw java.rmi.RemoteException.
 136 rmic.must.only.throw.exception=\
 137         Method {0} is not a valid remote method implementation because it throws {1}; implementations of remote methods may only throw java.lang.Exception or its subclasses.
 138 rmic.jrmp.stubs.deprecated=\
 139         Warning: {0} has been deprecated and is subject to removal in a future\
 140         \nrelease. Generation and use of skeletons and static stubs for JRMP\
 141         \nis deprecated. Skeletons are unnecessary, and static stubs have\
 142         \nbeen superseded by dynamically generated stubs. Users are encouraged\
 143         \nto migrate away from using this tool to generate skeletons and static\
 144         \nstubs. See the documentation for java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject.
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   4 # DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE COPYRIGHT NOTICES OR THIS FILE HEADER.
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  19 # 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
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  22 # Please contact Oracle, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA 94065 USA
  23 # or visit www.oracle.com if you need additional information or have any


 119 rmic.no.output.dir=\
 120         Cannot find suitable output directory for {0}. Use the -d option to specify a root directory.
 121 rmic.cannot.create.dir=\
 122         Cannot create output directory {0}.
 123 
 124 #
 125 # JRMP Messages
 126 #
 127 
 128 rmic.cant.make.stubs.for.interface=\
 129         {0} is an interface; stubs are needed only for remote object classes.
 130 rmic.must.implement.remote=\
 131         Class {0} does not implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; only remote objects need stubs and skeletons.
 132 rmic.must.implement.remote.directly=\
 133         Stubs are only needed for classes that directly implement an interface that extends java.rmi.Remote; class {0} does not directly implement a remote interface.
 134 rmic.must.throw.remoteexception=\
 135         {0} is not a valid remote interface: method {1} must throw java.rmi.RemoteException.
 136 rmic.must.only.throw.exception=\
 137         Method {0} is not a valid remote method implementation because it throws {1}; implementations of remote methods may only throw java.lang.Exception or its subclasses.
 138 rmic.jrmp.stubs.deprecated=\
 139         Warning: generation and use of skeletons and static stubs for JRMP\

 140         \nis deprecated. Skeletons are unnecessary, and static stubs have\
 141         \nbeen superseded by dynamically generated stubs. Users are\
 142         \nencouraged to migrate away from using {0} to generate skeletons and static\
 143         \nstubs. See the documentation for java.rmi.server.UnicastRemoteObject.
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