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protocol used to communicate with session

jacob deiter
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what protocol a swing(NON WEB) based client used to communicate with session bean
Reza Rahman
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Jacob,

A Swing client may use SOAP, REST, CORBA or RMI. For internal applications, the RMI option makes the most sense.

Cheers,
Reza


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