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Access EJB from Remote POJO

Debojit Sinha
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Joined: Mar 13, 2010
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Hi, I'm completely new to EJB, and I was wondering if anyone could help me out with my problem:
I have an EJB 3.0 deployed on a server, and am trying to access it from a POJO from a separate machine. I've looked up on lots of examples, but none of them seem to help. Could somebody please help me out? Oh yeah, I'm using WebLogic 10.3.4 and JDeveloper 11.1.1.3, if it matters.
Also, is there anything I need to do on the server end or any other environment settings? I'm pretty new at this, I'm still learning, so please bear with me.
Paul Sturrock
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Rather that me just posting another example, could you show us what you've got so far and maybe explain what's going wrong?


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Debojit Sinha
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I deployed the following EJB onto a remote server(along with the remote and local interfaces):


Then I created a new project, where I created tis POJO to act as client:


When I ran the client, nothing worked. I'm sorry, but I don't have the error log with me right now, but I shall post it tomorrow as soon as I return to my office. Now, the weird thing was, this code worked smoothly when I ran it on my home system, and I have the exact same configuration here as my office, except for the server being on the same system as JDev. I still used the remote interface, though. I also altered Context.PROVIDED_URL to localhost:7001.
Debojit Sinha
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Hi, again, it seems that the entire thing was an issue with the deployment of the app. I manually created an EAR file with Ant, and deployed it to the remote server, after which, using the remote client, described above,the operartion wnt out fine. Sorry to post before checking exhaustively on my own first. Thanks anyway.
 
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