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Maximilian Trenks
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hi there,
what steps do I have to do in AAT to be able to use an EJB client ?
I did the following:
- defined client class with main method
- added my Value Object Class file to the client classpath
- defined the EJB reference to my SessionFacade which methods return the Value Objects
Is there anything else I have to do ?
Are the stub classes for referencing the SessionFacade added automatically during deployment code generation or do I have to add the stub files manually afterwards ?
Many thanx for your help,
Max


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