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stub and skeleton

rohit kumar

Joined: May 27, 2007
Posts: 9
just wanna clarification - is it true that stub is the client side EJB proxy and skeleton is the server side EJB proxy or they both refer to the server itself
Marco Ehrentreich
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Joined: Mar 07, 2007
Posts: 1278

Hi Neo,

you're right. The stub is on the client side, the skeleton on the server side. This is not only true for communication between EJB components but also for "ordinary" remote method invocation (RMI) without EJB technology.

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