On Saturday 27 August 2005 16:31, Eric Hodel wrote:
> On 27 Aug 2005, at 06:54, Kevin Brown wrote:
> > On Saturday 27 August 2005 03:03, Eric Hodel wrote:
> >> Even if you mark a class as Undumped, objects generated by the class
> >> may be marshaled and returned across the wire.
> >
> > Hmmm...  Maybe I'm simply using the wrong technology?  I really
> > just need
> > messages sent, and exceptions tossed back if they happen.  Would
> > this be
> > better suited to TCP/IP directly by chance?
>
> If you want messages and exceptions, you may end up implementing half
> of DRb to get what you want, depending on what features you want to
> support.
>
> Your problem seems to be that something is marked as shared that
> shouldn't be.  Remember both sides of the connection attempt to
> Marshal things.  DRb is best described as server-server rather than
> client-server.

You totally win.  I sat down to start dinking with it, marked User as 
DRbUndumped, and life was good.

THANK YOU!!!