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RMI and EJB

 
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please do tell me similarites and difference between RMI and EJB technologies except the middle ware services we get in case of EJB
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Actually, EJB is built on top of RMI...
Whereas RMI merely provide remoteability, EJB provide a number of other services as well.
 
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thanks chris
By saying "No. of other services" do we mean the middle ware services provided by application server?

Originally posted by Chris Mathews:
Actually, EJB is built on top of RMI...
Whereas RMI merely provide remoteability, EJB provide a number of other services as well.

 
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Yes. It includes pooling, security , transactions et cetra
 
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