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EJB 3 Client View

 
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If we have to make a EJB 2.1 client view for an EJB 3.0 bean then should we create a home interface manually or will the container make it automatically for us?
 
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No interfaces are created by the client.
 
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yeah...i think thats the container's job.

please correct me if i am wrong...
 
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Check 14.2.4 of EJB in Action book.

For EJB 2 client view, which use create method on home interface to create EJb object instance, you can add a home interface.

Then use @RemoteHome annotation on the bean class to mark this as a remote home interface.
 
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hi Anish,

That CAN is a big keyword because a question in exam probably will be worded as a MUST or SHOULD.
 
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