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EJBObject vs. HomeObject

 
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One reason for having a home object is that since we need a reference to EJBObject and since we cannot instantiate EJB as they reside on different machine....
but where does HOME OBJECT live? is it not on the machine where EJB Object lives? if so, why the headahce of using home object for creating/destroying EJB Object?
 
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EJBHome and EJBObject reside on the same server. Why EJBHome had been answered here before , quite recently. can you please search.
 
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where pradeep? can you post the url.
 
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Originally posted by viswanadh kasinadhuni:
where pradeep? can you post the url.


Here it is...
https://coderanch.com/t/157785/java-EJB-SCBCD/certification/Pooling-EJBHome-Remote-objects
 
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but that post didnt answered my question clearly.
 
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