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Sarmad Sindhi
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In the EJB Architecture Container works as skeleton for the home and remote interfaces , then who works as stub for the application who want to contact home and remote interfaces.
If some one can please explain.
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If someone can please explain-
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Sid Vicious
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There are stubs for both the EJBObject and the EJBHome
that the client uses to call the container. To quote the
EJB spec:
"The communication stubs used on the client side are artifacts generated at the enterprise bean�s deployment time by the EJB Container provider�s tools. The stubs used on the client are specific to the wire protocol used for the remote invocation."
Basically they are saying that this will probably be determined
by the vendor you are using and I would consult their docs.
 
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