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Hi All In our present EJB architecture,client and EJB are deployed in two separate server therefore RMI call is involved.But our customer feels that RMI call is not best architecture therefore they have requested to put both client and ejb in same server.
My question here is will RMI call be involved when both client and EJB are deployed in same server?if not then thru which protocal client will interface with EJB.
Thanks in advance for your help
posted 8 years ago
To avoid remote method calls, you have to use local interfaces.