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aakash bhatt
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If i do not have a JNDI server then how do I access my ejb Home objects
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aakash
Pradeep bhatt
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EJB server provides a JNDI server.


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aakash bhatt
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Is there any other way to access EJBHome objects without using JNDI
vikasids sharma
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well i feel JNDI is only interface by which we can find address(reference) of EJBHome objects. please do correct me if i m wrong.
Originally posted by aakash bhatt:
Is there any other way to access EJBHome objects without using JNDI


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Pradeep bhatt
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No. But why are you asking the question?
Chris Mathews
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EJB Containers are required to make EJBs available thru JNDI. Presumably a vendor could provide an alternate way of accessing EJBs, however it would be non-standard and therefore non-portable. No Application Server, that I know of, does this.
 
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