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EJB Client with Websphere 4.02

 
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Hi, i have developed a ejb client for websphere 4.02.
However, after much experimenting, i realize that i need to use the websphere jdk to access the server.
Why is that so? Is there a way to do away with this?
Thanks
 
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Yeah, this one tricked us too. I think it's to do with the RMI support - the IBM and Sun JDKs aren't compatable. I haven't tried it, but does it work if you run both with the Sun JDK?
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Nah, i tried copying the extension classses from IBM's over SUN's.
Doesn't work as well.
 
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