Finding an EJB object. Web clients vs. Java clients
posted 10 years ago
From what I've read this is the process for a web client to find an EJB object: the client uses JDNI to find a reference to the EJBHome interface and then it uses the create method from this interface which makes the container to begin to work, creating an instance of the implementation class and an instance of the EJBObject interface, and returning a reference to the EJBObject, which will be used by the client to call the methods.
Are there any differences if the client is a java application and not a web client?