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stubs in EHB at client side

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I have a Session Bean which has 3 files
AccountHome, AccountBean.java and AccountRemote.java
Now when i do ejbc it makes stubs and skeletons of the sessionbean, and then the bean is packaged in Account.jar file.
Now this jar is deployed in an app server. So all my stubs and skeletons of the bean are there in the app serve.

so when the client makes a call throough the JNDI lookup, then how does the client gets the stubs at his end.

My doubt?
1) In web application while calling the session bean, does the stub is copied at the client side
i) is it a physical copy or a dynamic copy while invoking
2)If copied is it a physical file which can be seen or its an object in memory

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