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EJB to announce its availability on the network

 
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Is there any way I can register an EJB proxy with the Jini Lookup Service so clients can lookup an EJB using the JLS?
In a broader context, How will EJB components announce themselves to be available for services on the network?
As of now Clients requiring access to the Component will look up for the home interface, and then instantiate the bean, the having got reference to the remote object will call Business methods.
Here the scenario is different, EJB component need to announce themselves on the network.
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Tushar Kansara
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Here is a pretty good article about what you are asking:
http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/jini/espressoman
 
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