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Local client can call another bean through its remote interface?

 
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Local client can call another EJB bean through its remote interface since the EJB bean being called doesn't have a local interface (remote interface only), and the client and the bean are in the same VM?
 
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howdy Alibabra !
Yes,
... and this was the only way to access other Enterprise JavaBean in version 1.1 before EJB 2.0 introduced *local* interfaces. Before EJB 2.0 any Enterprise JavaBean had to use remote interface even within the same JVM.
 
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Thank you, Mikalai Zaikin! I am glad I can talk to you. I like your notes so much. I believe that many people like me will appreciate your effort.
 
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