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JSP/ASP calling EJB using JNDI

 
Martin Lawrence
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Hi all,
is it possible to obtain a EJB Home object using JNDI calling
it from a ASP. I would prefer to use JSP but have no say in the
project development.
Note the web server and application server are on different machines.
 
Roof Age
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What app server are you using?
 
Desai Sandeep
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Hi,
I think you can, because of the JNDI architecture.
JNDI provides one unified API for performing all the naming and directory operations.You only need to make sure that you have a proper Service provider in place, which maps your HomeObject.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Sandeep

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Martin Lawrence
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We are currently using BEA Systems WebLogic Server 5.1. (EJB 1.1)
Has anybody come across any examples that I can look at.
 
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