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How the proxy stub generation is done using the rmic precompiler? I mean when we package the Remote interface in the client jar and deploy them in weblogic, which mechanism drives the proxy stub generation? Can anyone throw some light on this?
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In the O'Reilly's EJB 3.0 on page 22 it says that the proxy stub implements the Remote or the Local interface of the session bean and is responsible for sending your session bean method invocation over the network to your remote EJB container or routing the request to the EJB container that is in the local JVM.
So when I have my Remote interface in the client jar and deploy this client jar in an Apache server, does it mean that the Apache server should have something like an rmic precompiler to generate implementations for the Remote interface and route the calls to the appropriate session bean located on a remote EJB container?