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Java:comp/env/ejb

 
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Hi All,
What is the use of Java:comp/env/ejb.Is it related to the Remote client view or local client view?
 
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java:comp/env is the environment naming context (ENC) for individual beans. When you do a resource-ref or a local-resource-ref, they names you'll use will end up being under java:comp/env. You can search for these things or look at the J2EE tutorial for more info.
 
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