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Stephen Bassoli
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Joined: Feb 06, 2004
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Here is my problem: I'm trying to call functions on an EJB in another application server. The server at myserver.com has an ejb called MyEJB. I know I must first make a connection with this server through the connection iiop://myserver.com:954. Then I have to specify the JNDI name of the EJB which is "Test/MyEJB". Can anyone help me out or point me to an article that can help me accomplish this?
btw, WSAD is being used for developement and websphere is the remote application server.
Thanks
 
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