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Doubt regarding locally acessing remote framework of ejb

 
Dash Abhisek
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Hi All,

I was going through EJB 2.0 and found that a ejb server side code which is remote to a client can also be deployed in the same jvm as that of the client. My question is how the remote specific ejb frame work (which is slightly different from local frame work) still manages to hold good when opeartes locally.

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Abhisek
 
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Hardly a "beginning" question. Moving.
 
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Dash Abhisek wrote:I was going through EJB 2.0 and found that a ejb server side code which is remote to a client can also be deployed in the same jvm as that of the client. My question is how the remote specific ejb frame work (which is slightly different from local frame work) still manages to hold good when opeartes locally.

Are you talking about the client-jar generated or something else ?
 
Dash Abhisek
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Yes.Client in my question refers to client.jar

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Abhisek
 
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