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wLS 6.1 and WLS 8.1

 
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Hi,
The problem:
I have two instances of weblogic servers that need to communicate. One instance is wls 6.1 and the other is wls 8.1. My wls 6.1 is suppose to use ejb that will be hosted in 8.1 instance.
Question:
1. Is there any potential problem in this picture. (EJB interface is not going to use anything that is specific to particualr JDK version)?
2. How do I deploy client side of my ejb to wls 6.1? Do these classes have to be in classpath of wls 6.1? What classes do I have to deploy to wls 6.1?
Thx in advance,
Ilija
 
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Hi Ilija,
I dont see any problem in the picture. Whether the ejb is deployed in any application server should not be the problem. You can package the required classes like the home , stubs and the remote interface along with the ejb jar that you plan to deploy. If however you dont want to do so you may need to make use of the
Extension Mechanism Architecture
or
Put it in the server classpath
The first is preferred if you dont want to package the classes in the ejb jar file
The problem would be if you are trying to make two weblogic servers 6.1 and 8.1 a part of a cluster which weblogic will not support.
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