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portlet accessing ejb

 
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Hi,

Iam new to IBM Webspere portal and I need to learn how to access EJB from a portlet.
Can anyone please help me with some examples, tutorials, articles
anything relavent.
I have all the posible links given by IBM, But not much of help.
Iam in need of step-by-step tutorial with a simple example to understand how to access EJB from portlet.

Thanks,
 
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There's absolutely no difference between accessing an EJB from a portlet as there is from a Servlet. Just do the JNDI lookup, get the home, obtain the remote interface, call the methods and catch the exceptions.

Absolutely no difference at all.

Here's a tutorial on invoking EJBs from a Servlet. No difference with a portlet:

How to write EJB clients with WebSphere and Rational Application Developer


[ November 30, 2007: Message edited by: Cameron McKenzie ]
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