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What JARs are needed on the client side to access EJBs deployed on a Websphere 7 server?

 
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I am trying to write a standalone Java client to access EJBs on a Webshere7 server. What JARs are necessary to have on the client side in order to facilitate the communication between the client and the server?
 
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com.ibm.ws.ejb.thinclient_7.0.0.jar which is provided under /runtimes folder of WAS installation.

you may check Developing stand-alone thin client applications at infocenter for more details.
 
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