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is a reference serializable

 
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Hi,
this might be a dumbest question.. but i have to get it clarified.
When you look up for the home object in the JNDI tree you get the home object reference...
Similarly, when you do a home.create() u get a remote object reference..
So does this mean all the references of the objects which implements the Remote Interface are seriliazable or am i missing something?
Please clarify @!!

Thanks & Regards,
Nijeesh.
 
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Have you looked at the home and remote handle objects? It looks like you are talking about beans.
 
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Hi Rufus,
Can you please be more descriptive..
When we lookup for a homeobject we just get the reference of it is it not? So wat travels across the network? is it the reference?
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On the interface EJBHome there is the method getHomeHandle().
On the interface EJBObject is the method getHandle();
These are the interfaces for the home and remote objects. This sounds like the functionality you seek.
 
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