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Hi All!
Im studying the beautifull book "Head First EJB". I'm using RI from SUN, and I can from here check the option of creating a EjbClient jar. I'm using another server (OC4J), and here i have not the possibility of creating the client.
Question 1: What is a correct (and usual) mode for creating Clients
for EJB-s?
Question 2: How can I create that client without deploying (or copying)
all in the client mascine(it is non sense duplicating all the application on the client mascine.) What is the minimum necessary needed for the client in the client mascine?
Thanks in advance, Veri.
 
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