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EAR-to-EAR inter operatability

ravi inguva
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hi friends,
i have a doubt.whether an ejb or JSP or servlet of one ear file can access local EJB of another ear file???
thanks in advance
Ravi


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Kyle Brown
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Yes, it can't access a local EJB. It could, however access a Remote EJB if you included the client-side classes in the other EAR.
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