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Testing and packaging with EJB

 
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Hello authors,

Congratulations for the book release.

Does this book describes that how to call an EJB which resides in application server from a webserver (may through a servlet)..??
Testing is also a big issue. With deployment steps of EJB does it describes about how to do some unit testing?? may be with something like Arquillian??
I am also a bit confused that what exactly to put in a client package (.war or .jar) and in server package where ejb resides. I am thinking in kind of distributed environment.

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Yes, all these topics are covered in the book.
 
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