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EJB as a Web Service - ejbclient.jar
Joined: Aug 15, 2005
Jun 04, 2008 14:07:00
When we expose an
as a webservice, would we require the ejbclient.jar file in anyway? I guess this question is a little naive. Still wanted to get it clarified from someone. Thanks in advance
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