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Local Client - Remote Client

 
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Hi All,

I have this very silly doubt . In most of the questions, we find the term local client or remote client venturing. Does that mean, whenever there is a mention about the term local client, it refers to the fact that we are using EJBLocalHome and EJBLocalObject and whenever there is a mention about remote clients, we are to understand that the objects are remote?

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Yes, you are understanding it right.

From the exam point of view, the expectation is that when you see Local client, you have to know that you're dealing with EJBLocalObject / EJBLocalHome, and Handle or EJBMetaData and stuffs we deal with in case of RemoteClient is not going to be available. Same way with Remote clients.

Hope this clears your doubt.
 
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Thanks a lot, once again..Ankit
 
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