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An EJB can be local and remote at the same time  RSS feed

 
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Imagine a facade , and 2 clients ( a web a swing ) and the application is in one container (don't there clusters). The facade implements remote and local interfaces.

Then the web client could localizate the facade as local and the swing could localizate the facade as remote ???

Can help me anybody , please ?
 
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yes you can define both local and remote interface for 1 ejb, and thereby, be accessible both locally and remotely
 
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how could be implemented ??

public class AccountEJB extends SessionBean implements RemomeAccount, LocalAccount { ... }

OR

it's necessary create 2 ejb ( RemoteAccountEJB and LocalAccountEJB )

Can helpme anybody ??
 
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Remember, that you dont implement the remote/local interface in the bean class.
 
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