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Question regarding EJB client?

 
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Can EJB client be anything?I mean can we write EJB client in language other than Java,as it is matter of finding home object through JNDI to get reference to EJBObject and call methods on it.
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Its not possible here coz the home/component stubs u receive are based on the JAVA classes implemented by the container and u gotta have the JVM running to make use of those classes. At a higher level thats possible thru a WebService.
A Web service supports direct interactions with other software agents using XML based messages exchanged via internet-based protocols.
[ February 26, 2004: Message edited by: Sudhir Vallam ]
[ February 26, 2004: Message edited by: Sudhir Vallam ]
 
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EJB2.0 Spec, p:388, sec 19.2.1

Since the interoperability protocol is based on CORBA/IIOP, CORBA clients written in Java, C++, or other languages can also invoke methods on enterprise beans.


I do not know the details, but as far as the exam is concerned, support for distribution and Interoperability is out of syllabus.
 
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