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On Exposing EJBs as Web Services

 
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Good day ranch,

I would like to know more about the process (or steps involved) of exposing EJBs as web services so that both java and non-java thin or thick clients can consume their functionality.
It's one aspect of Java EE that I have had to teach and would appreciate some insight on.

Thank you.
 
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It is just a matter of placing a few annotations on EJBs to expose them via REST or SOAP. We have chapters in the book dedicated to the topic.
 
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Wow EJB is really cool then!
 
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Mostly it is stateless services.
 
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