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Does the EJBObject act as a skeleton?

Ravi Singh
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Joined: Aug 02, 2004
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Does the EJBObject perform the actions of a skeleton object (marshalling/unmarshalling), or is this performed by a seperate skeleton?
raphael Bereh
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The client (of an EJB) generally have a stub that performs the RMI communication (i.e marshall unmarshall parameters). There is another stub on the server side for the same purpose.


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Ravi Singh
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And this stub on the server side is called the skeleton?

If so, does this skeleton forward the method call to the EJBObject?
 
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