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Running J2EE Application Client from Remote m/n

 
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Hi Folks,
Has anybody able to run J2EE Application Client from remote machine. My application client works fine on local m/n.
In a typical scenario the remote m/n may not have j2ee installed. In that case I guess we have to pack j2ee.jar in the application clients jar.
Thanks in Advance !
 
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Hi,
yes the client machine must have j2ee classes in it�s classpath someway, and also the remote and remote home interfaces should be deployed with your client.
 
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Originally posted by Marcos Maia:
Hi,
yes the client machine must have j2ee classes in it�s classpath someway, and also the remote and remote home interfaces should be deployed with your client.


Yeah, thats fine, we need to have required J2EE Class librabries in classpath.
I extracted the client jar file and found that, it contains the ejb jar in it, may be for the home and remote interface. I have very preliminary doubt, I came accross people talking about, "client JAR stub files", I assume this reffers to the client jar and nothing else. Am I right here ?
Can anyone, post the step by step approch for clean deployment of application client on remote machine.
Thanks in advance !
Deepak.
 
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