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Hai,
I connect to another PC which has Weblogic server running in it and has a TestSession EJB deployed in it in the following package "nazer.testing".

Now when I look up the EJB from my clientside code (which uses my client side Home Interface and EJB Object interface in the same package) and try to cast it throws a ClassCastException. But When I place my Client Code(and the Home and EJB object interface) in the package "nazer.testing", I don't get any ClassCastException.

Can I know Why?
Is there any relation between packages of the remote EJB and the Client side interfaces.
[ August 23, 2005: Message edited by: Arun Kumarr ]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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