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What's the use of having stubs in the case of LocalIfcs?

 
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Hi,

I have a doubt..in Head First EJB, its been mentioned as,if bean resides in different JVM, we go for RemoteIfc,if its the same JVM as the client, we go fot LocalIfcs. There's a point to have a stubs and skeletons in case of Remote Ifc. But if its a local Ifc why do we need to have stubs and skeletons? In that case, what role will the stubs play? Please clarify me on this.
 
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Any take on this ?

Is it for the container to interpose the call and make available its services - which wont be available incase we make a direct call? Or is there anything more to it.
 
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