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Stateless bean also exposed as web service?

 
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If a stateless bean is also web service provider, then the stateless should be remote or local? I'm accessing web service from third party application. The confusing thing is whether i use remote or local, client can access both. But i am not sure how the things would behave in production.

Also i do know if i cannot decide the safest bet is to use remote annotation.

I would like to know your views also, which annotation remote or local you recommend to use?
 
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