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When required an EJB lookup?

 
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hi,


if one ejb call another ejb method and both ejb save into same pacakage and same jvm and same machine then

is it requere a to use a lookup method when one ejb call a method of another ejb methods ?

when required a look().... ?


please, reply me.

thanks
[ April 01, 2006: Message edited by: Ernest Friedman-Hill ]
 
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Hello Freind<p>

I want to say you that main purpose of lookup is for locatio transparency which is possible through uses JNDI.As you know that lookup takes parameter jndi name which map through weblogic.jar.xml (in case of weblogic applicatio server) and formate pre defined in DTD which takes jndi name and map it to correspondind bean.I think you can understand all this <p>

With Best Regards<p>
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Mobile :--+919811903737<p>
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Hello Freind

I want to say you that main purpose of lookup is for locatio transparency which is possible through uses JNDI.As you know that lookup takes parameter jndi name which map through weblogic.jar.xml (in case of weblogic applicatio server) and formate pre defined in DTD which takes jndi name and map it to correspondind bean.I think you can understand all this

With Best Regards
Rajesh Pandey
email :--rajesh-pandey@hotmail.com
Mobile :--+919811903737<p>
india Delhi
 
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