Alfred, you don't throw RemoteException from ANY method in your bean class, no matter where it comes from (your home or your component interface). In the remote interfaces you do declare RemoteException, but never in the bean class. Why? Your bean is not a remote object. A client never talks to your bean directly but to the EJBObject (the bodyguard). It is the EJBObject who is a remote object, not your bean.
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Oh my lucky electron, I forgot that Lionel Orellana thanks a lot for your help.