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bean class doubt

 
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why don't bean class implement component interface? one solution is
Bean extend a class that has all the implementation that need to
satisfy the compiler,but don't need to implement in code.
Why not to make a superclass for your bean that implement
the method?

Suppose bean implements component interface & component
interface extends EJBObject & EJBObject extends Remote interface
so our bean class is a remote. And that never be.The bean is
protected by Container & never access by other way.
so what is the problem if our bean class is remote?
 
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...I believe this is the wrong forum for those questions!

Shouldn't you post into the EJB section?

Further, I fresee a moderator will ask you to comply with the naming convention... :-)
 
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and you have posted the same thread twice too. This question is irrelevant to servlets and JSP.
 
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"RR_RN",
Welcome to the ranch. You may not be aware of the ranch Naming Policy. Please read it carefully and change your name accordingly (you need to set both first and last names). Thank you.

Also, be careful to post your question in the correct forum. I've moved your threads to the SCBCD forum.
 
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