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Question 16
How does a client locate an EJB instances? (choose one)
1) through JNDI
2) through RMI
3) through a home interface
4) through a remote interface
My answer is 4)
 
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Should be (3) through the Home Interface.
 
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I agree that the best answer would be the Home Interface but the question is very ambiguous because the Home Interface must initially be retrieved using JNDI.
 
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Originally posted by Christopher Mathews:
I agree that the best answer would be the Home Interface but the question is very ambiguous because the Home Interface must initially be retrieved using JNDI.


Strongly agree with you, I wonder if I encounter this kind of question in the real exam, what can I do?
[ April 06, 2002: Message edited by: Win Yu ]
 
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