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Local vs. Remote switch in forthcoming spec?

Nick Bauman
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Joined: Jan 03, 2004
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The introduction of the Remote vs. Local parlance in the EJB 2.0 spec is a great step forward in developing scalable applications using J2EE. It would be nice to use the same syntax for interacting with both types of EJBObjects for the same bean, modifying whether we work with a distributed stub or a local ref via a discriptor or some other type of runtime / deploytime switchability. Does anyone know whether this is forthcoming anytime soon?
-Nick
Tony Alicea
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Tony Alicea
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Lasse Koskela
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What do you mean by "same syntax"? The fact that with local interfaces you don't need to narrow() or catch RemoteExceptions?


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