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Did localObject and LocalHome object have stub and skel?

walter wang
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Did LocalHome object and Local Object have stub and skel?
I play with petstore1.3.1 and j2ee reference engine (j2sdkee 1.3)
during deployment, it asks me if i want to
create petstoreclient.jar. i choosed yes.
but i didnot find any stub in petstoreclient.jar
I think it is right , local object and localhome
should not have stub. but why it could still create petstoreclient.jar for localObject and localhome object? do you think it is a mistake of
j2ee reference container?
rgds
client.jar for
 
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