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Hi,



I'm using the Spring/Hibernate framework in a WSAD environment, and need to call a sesssion EJB from my application client. The bean will run in the container and the client outside (separate JVM's) I assume. I do know that a look up of the EJB remote inteface is required and have been told that Spring has the functionality to ease the coding reqiured.

I need to know how I can utilise the the framework to consume the bean from the application.

Thanks in advance
 
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I' ve posted this request in O/R mapping forum where it may be more relevant. This is a urgent need and I've had no response here - thanks.
 
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