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Is this correct?-Doubt in HFEJB,(the client view)

 
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Hello,

The Coffe cram mock on p.169,Q.5. says/implies that the remove() method in the component interface can be used only by local clients. But this is incorrect isnt it? Both local and remote clients can use remove() of component interface cant they??
Please confirm me.
 
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Originally posted by Amitabha Batranab:
the remove() method in the component interface can be used only by local clients.



I am sorry but I didnt found this option.
Point C says The remove() method in the component interface can be used only by remote clients.

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Rohit.
 
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I am sorry but I didnt found this option.
Point C says The remove() method in the component interface can be used only by remote clients.



Ya, but this point is shown to be untrue. I agree that it is untrue, but the answer on pg.171 then says that the remove() can be used "only for local" clients. I belive this is also wrong because I have seen both remote andlocal clients using remove(). so is this an error in the book?
 
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Well I agree with you. The comment "no only for local" on page 171 doesnt hold true as far as my understanding is concerned. remove method from component interface can used both by local as well as remote clients.
 
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