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Can someone help me understand how a standalone client can call an EJB deployed on the server.
I do know that we need the home and remote interfaces to compile the client and the stub classes to invoke but my question is how can I generate stub classes.
I developed an EJB and deployed them on the weblogic server. From what I understand, stubs and skeleton classes will be generated when we deploy. But how do I get those stubs to call it using a standalone client.
I have another question. When I create an EJB and a client project using RAD, when I build it, stub classes are being generated inside the client project. When I deploy that EJB on weblogic server can I use the stub which Websphere IDE (RAD) generated.