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How to access ejb of another application server

 
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Hi
how to get access of another ejb deployed in another application server wht will be the properties i have to set in properties file

if one can explane using example it will be g8 help
 
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sanjay nitwal wrote:Hi
how to get access of another ejb deployed in another application server wht will be the properties i have to set in properties file

if one can explane using example it will be g8 help



Hi,

From the client application in AppServer1, you need to get the JNDI context of AppServer2. The "jndi.properties" file (or Properties object) used by client app should point to Appserver2's JNDI directory. Exact values depends on which app server - JBoss,Glassfish, Weblogic, etc - you're using. What is AppServer2 in your case?

Additionally, the EJB should expose a Remote interface. Local interface isn't enough.
 
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