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stand alone client for statefull session bean

Akshatha Nayak
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Joined: Jul 15, 2004
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hi Guys,
i have been using WSAD for a couple of months now .. i learnt it on my own .. i did JSP,Servlets & other stuffs .. i even did stateless session bean & used UTC as the client .. now i want to have my own java class (stand alone java client )as the client .. how do i do it? where shud i place the java client ..
i searched all the previous postings in this forum .. many people have posted this problem .. but no solution .. i also checked IBM Site too .. no luck there too ..
can anybody pls help me with this ..
Thankx in Advance


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Akshatha,
Create an application client project. In WSAD, you just have to set the classpath to run it as part of the enterprise app.


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