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EJB client jar for 3.5.1

Matt Sumner
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Joined: Oct 16, 2002
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This is similar to the question for 4.*.
How do I produce the EJB client jar with only the relevant client stubs.
I have built my deployment jar using jetace and installed it using xmlconfig.
I now need to be able to run it from a client on a different machine... It works if I copy over Deployed*.jar from the deployedEJBs directory.
However, there must be a mechanism to only have to have the relevant stubs ?
Matt
Kyle Brown
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No, there's not. The reason being that client JARs were an IBM-only thing. In WAS 4.0 we had to stick to the spec, and client JARs were outside it. Blame Sun.
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Matt Sumner
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Ok then.... what files do I need to take out of Deployed*.jar to put in my own jar I'm going to build for the client side.
If I look inside I can see *_Stub.class and *_Tie.class and ones beginning with _EJS.
Do I need all those ?
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