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hoq to make EJB interface using Netbeans

 
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this example is from Man in Action ejb.
i need to know hwo to make a EJB intereface using Netbeans.

i know how to make a EJB class.



Right click the EJB Module and NEW --> SessionBean

i need to to how to make EJB interface

this is my interface



 
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yes, you're right..

if you use Netbeans, just click right on the Enterprise Beans and then select Session Bean..
and then you would see the dialog box to select the interface that you want to build (local interface and remote interface)..
and don't forget, you should provide package name also..
 
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