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amit shukla
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Hi there.
Want to know why we use A client using RMI or CORBA to fire a method of a Enterprise bean.. Cant we use Servlets for that means Client requests are handled by the enterprise Bean extending HttpServlet .. and defining business methods as usual and calling them in doGet() while writing Response.
Isnt this query too stupid...
thanx ..
 
Nirav Parghi
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you would still need a dist object protocol, since the servlet
is still in the client side of things.
 
amit shukla
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Hey thanx for the reply could u plz explain abit y i need a remote protocol thanx in advance..
 
Sid Vicious
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Many people use the Servlet model, e.g. Client -> HTTP -> Servlet
->EJBean. I've seen some who delegate Session bean behaviour to
the Servlets because their app server supports clustering of
Servlets but not SFSession beans.
 
pk mast
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sure you can do that for detailed description goto examples folder in weblogic directory and look for servlets ..find index in it to see the details of implementation
 
amit shukla
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Thanx... now i read it in servlets by oreilly that they can do that with Simple java bean also..
 
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