A MarshalException is thrown if a
java.io.IOException occurs while marshalling the remote call
header, arguments or return value for a remote method call. A
MarshalException is also thrown if the receiver does not
support the protocol version of the sender.
If a MarshalException occurs during a remote method call,
the call may or may not have reached the server. If the call did reach the
server, parameters may have been deserialized. A call may not be
retransmitted after a MarshalException and reliably preserve
"at most once" call semantics.
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