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EJB deployment as JAR and EAR

 
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While deploying an EJB(Session beans) in an Enterprise application project as an EAR with other webcomponents, we pack all the stuff(web+EJB) into one single EAR.
This being the case what is the advantage of using EJB(Session beans) here
as the power of ejb(Resuable component) comes into picture only when deployed seperately as a JAR in a remote client.
 
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Can you clarify your question, I'm not sure I follow what you're asking.
 
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You can deploy an EJB separately also. I mean you can deploy EJB as a jar file as well.
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Originally posted by Amit M Tank:
You can deploy an EJB separately also. I mean you can deploy EJB as a jar file as well.


Do you know of a server that supports this. I didn't know you could do this.

EJBs can be reused regardless. And ejb-jar can be deployed in another ear. Or it can be called remotely.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:

Do you know of a server that supports this.



JBoss.
 
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:

Do you know of a server that supports this.





IBM WebSphere
 
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