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This is a WAS 6 question. Pluggable Application Clients seems to be the way IBM suggest you should write a traditional stand-alone client application that accesses resources deployed in the WebSphere container, specifically EJBs. There seems to be a restriction that JNDI lookup cannot use JNDI names in the way I'd expect; for example in a client I might want to lookup "java:/comp/env/ejb/MyBean", but if I were running the client against WAS I'd have to lookup "server/ejb/MyBean". Is there any way round this, other than coding the client to be server aware?

Also, does anyone know how to write/run a pluggable client that is runnable on Solaris and Windows?
 
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