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Joe Harry
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If I implement an interface in my bean and if I do not annotate the interface, then is it assumed to be the Local interface?


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Mirko Bonasorte
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According to the specs (par. 4.6.6), it's true only if your session bean implements only one interface.


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Joe Harry
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So if my Session Bean implements a POJI, then the container assumes that the POJI is a Local interface for the Session bean. But if I implement more than one interface, then I have to explicitly annotate the POJI as Local or Remote. Am I right?
Mirko Bonasorte
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Yes.
In the specs paragraph above referred there is right your case
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