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EJB lookup for Wildfly 20

 
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I am working on java upgrade from jboss to Wildfly application server
I am facing some Ejb lookup issue when i call and deploy ejb application on wildy fly

Can anyone tell me what are the steps and jars needed when i deploy and call ejb lookup

I need it asap, appreciate your help
 
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It depends on the EJB. EHB3 supports both local and remote EJBs. Most EJBs, it turned out, were best as local EJBs, but not all.

Remote EJBs depend on an EJB protocol server (these days it's RMI-IIOP). Wildfly, being a full-stack JEE server includes that service, so to use a remote EJB, you'd look up the EJB as documented in the Wildfly documentation.

A local EJB is located within the webapp that uses it, so the webapp already knows how to find it using a JPA EntityManager.
 
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