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Java EE applications are required to use the RMI-IIOP APIs, specifically the narrow method of javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject, when accessing Enterprise JavaBeans components, as described in the EJB specification.
Does-it mean that we cannot use RMI(JRMP) to access EJB ?
I used to think that the default protocol for RMI was JRMP and that, in case of wanting RMI-IIOP, it was an explicit configuration of the server...
Am I wrong ?