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Hi All,
Till now I have deployed my application in a single server so I have the following queries.
Question 1
I want my application to be deployed in following format.
1. The web related files (JSP and other bean class) are deployed in my Web container (say tomcat) 2. The ejbs are deployed in my app server (Say jboss)
Now how do I look up for an ejb in my java class (class "Lookup") deployed in tomcat (nothing but the webcontainer servlet/bean) ? Is it enough if I just use the provider URL provided by JBoss in my "Lookup" class ?
Question 2
If I have ejb1 deployed on my appserver1 and ejb2 on my appserver2, both are on different physical systems. I want to call ejb2 in my ejb1 how do I do that ?
 
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