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vikasids sharma
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Is that the Ejb object(container specific implementation) , skeleton and request interceptor one and the same thing?
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Good question. At least they're all server-side objects, but I don't know whether they're one and the same.
 
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oh.dont tell me
i believe skeleton in RMI is replaced by Ejb object in EJB and by request interceptor we mean the physical layer between client and bean instance that provides implicit middleware services to bean instace, which is again what ejb object (implementation of middle ware services)provides.
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
Good question. At least they're all server-side objects, but I don't know whether they're one and the same.
 
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believe skeleton in RMI is replaced by Ejb object in EJB

They are not replaced..ejbObjects are remote objects
 
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They are not replaced..ejbObjects are remote objects

I believe Vikasids meant that EJBObject is the RMI skeleton object.
 
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yes i say EJB objects in EJB are kinda supersets(they are network enabled and got manny middleware implementations) of skeletons used in RMI
Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:

I believe Vikasids meant that EJBObject is the RMI skeleton object.
 
vikasids sharma
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soory for any confusion , i m saying lasse is getting in right way..
Originally posted by vikasids sharma:
yes i say EJB objects in EJB are kinda supersets(they are network enabled and got manny middleware implementations) of skeletons used in RMI
 
Pradeep bhatt
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I believe Vikasids meant that EJBObject is the RMI skeleton object.

If I am not wrong weblogic 6.0 has skeleton classes and so does does websphere.
 
vikasids sharma
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well pradeep i cannot say about weblogic.but EJB specification says we have EJB object as network enabled object(implements java.rmi.remote)
1 .Isn't that EJB object knows how to communicate on network?

if they(skeleton and ejb object) are different.
2. let me know whether skeletons are surrogates for ejb objects or bean instances at server?

Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:

If I am not wrong weblogic 6.0 has skeleton classes and so does does websphere.
 
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