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EJB and deployment

Hari babu
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
Posts: 208
Hi All,
We have Done EJB and call them remotely, but all our EJB's are deployed on single system/ machine. Suppose i have 2 EJBs, 1 entity and 1 more Stateless which calls the entity. I want to deploy my Stateless bean ( only stateless bean) on 1 system ( say Sys1) and my entity bean ( only entity) on another( say Sys2).. what changes i need to make so that my Statefull on "Sys1" calls the entity on "Sys2" ? I think changes are to be made only at the app server Deployment level, but iam not sure about that. Can some one throw a light on this.
Thanks in advance
Karl Laird
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Joined: Jul 14, 2001
Posts: 67
The main differences are all in the deployment descriptors, as long as you havent used any local interfaces

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