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aniket joshi
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I have been deploying and using the bean on the same machine..
but if i want to deploy the bean in another machine and the client is on another machine.. then how does the client get hold of the home interface.. Does this have something to do with dynamic class loading..?
Any answer would be appreciated..
Thanks
 
Tony Alicea
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Via JNDI?
 
Venkat Ravi Dodla
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RMI/IIOP is the way the distributed object behavoiur is handled. Refer to the sun website tutorials for how RMI works. IIOP is the CORBA protocol which is replacing the initial protocol for Java RMI called JRMP. IIOP has support for security context propogation , transaction context etc which makes it a more robust protocol. Also this makes possible non Java CORBA clients to talk to EJB.
Originally posted by aniket joshi:
I have been deploying and using the bean on the same machine..
but if i want to deploy the bean in another machine and the client is on another machine.. then how does the client get hold of the home interface.. Does this have something to do with dynamic class loading..?
Any answer would be appreciated..
Thanks


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