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remote interface?

 
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An EJB may be called through its remote interface from:

1) the same ejb module
2) other ejb modules in the same EAR
3) a web module in the same EAR
4) other ejb modules in a different EAR
5) a web module in a different EAR
 
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Ashley ,
I guess the question was not clear..looks all the options are right or all the options may be wrong. you can connect from anywhere if you have remote home interface and component interface with JNDI names of the module but the question is just saying remote interface. So is that mean a remote component interface or remote home interface or both?

Thanks,
Ugender
 
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