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abt execution flow in EJB

 
Vijeth Konanavar Bhadrappa
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Hi, i'm new to EJB section....... I'm not getting how really the execution (flow)goes on b/w Home interface,Remote interface, bean(any of three).. PLzz any1 out there help me out by giving the exact picture "Hw the interaction is going on b/w them"............ It will be better if i get sequence of events which will occur over there..........
 
Amit M Tank
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Home interface is just a factory to provide you with the reference Remote/Local Object.

Remote/Local object has the main role in EJB technology. Remote/Local object uses the unerlying services(like transaction,security etc) of the container before invoking the bean method.
 
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Vijeth,
Welcome to JavaRanch! Please UseRealWords when posting. A legend for people having trouble reading this:

"abt" = about
"b/w" = between
"Plzz" = please
"any1" = anyone
"hw" = how (I think this was a typo not an abbreviation which isn't a big deal anyway)

I am a native English speaker and found this post very difficult to read with all the "instance message language."
 
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Now on to your question. Take a look at chapter 23 (EJBs) of the J2EE tutorial. In particular the section on remote clients explains this well.
 
Vijeth Konanavar Bhadrappa
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Thank you.... I had red the private message from JAVARANCH and i will not repeat the same thing again...
 
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