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Need help on EJB2.0 Local interfaces

 
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Hello there,

I am new to EJB and I am trying out Local home and component interfaces. According to the book that I have read, for one EJB, you can expose both local and remote home/component interfaces. Does this mean we would only have one JNDI for this EJB? Whether the local or remote interfaces will be used, will depend if you narrow or downcast? (Please see below code)



But when I do the second one (ordinary type cast) from another EJB to get my bean's local home, I encounter a ClassCastException?

Thank you for your help.

J.M.
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Your question should be posted in the EJB forum.

Besides <home> and <remote> elements, make sure that you also define <local-home> and <local> elements in your deployment decriptor
 
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Sorry. I was supposed to post this under SCBCD. Can somebody move this post to that forum?

Thank you.
 
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