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A remote client may also obtain the enterprise bean�s metadata interface. The metadata interface is typically
used by clients who need to perform dynamic invocation of the enterprise bean. (Dynamic invocation
is needed if the classes that provide the enterprise client view were not available at the time the
client program was compiled.)



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Originally posted by Raja Sagar Panamgipalli:
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It means invoking the methods on EJBObject thru' Reflection.

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