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Web logic 6.1 issue

 
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In the weblogic 6.1 where are the stubs and skeletons stored after the bean is deployed.
I unjarred all the jarfiles created by the server while the ejb is deployed but could not come across the stubs and skeletons.
i would like to know how exactly the rmi calls occur in this case and where exactly the server stores the stub's to facilitate this.
 
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For information that platform-specific you really should ask in the WebLogic forum where the experts hang out.
As a short and useless answer: "in the appserver's CLASSPATH". In other words, be happy that what you need will be there when you invoke it. If you start coding specifically to how WLS 6.1 is doing it, not only are you typing your code to WebLogic, but it's much more likely to break if BEA changes its internal organization in a future release.
If all you really wanted was to be able to reference the interfaces to compile client code, put a copy of the original EJB jar in the compile CLASSPATH.
 
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