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wanted to know if i can access a Remote EJB interface in a weblogic server behind firewall?
the port on which the webserver listens to requests is available.
I guess i can do RMI (if the RMI registry runs in the same machine as the webserver).
Is'nt this called http tunneling? but am not sure
if RMI w'd take care of everything behidn the scenes.
I mean on the client i need to specify the port @ which a remote server is listening and can i specify that as the webserver port?
just wanted to know if it works with EJBs as well.
thanks.
 
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