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iPlanet compatibility with Weblogic

 
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Is it possible to have an Entity Bean deployed in iPlanet and to access the same in the Weblogic (without depoying the same bean here) or vice versa.
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It entirely depends on the protocols iPlanet and BEA is using for communicating with the bean 1.2 recommends RMI over IIOP. if both uses this protocol then i think we can make it possible to communicate BEA and iPlanet
Faisal do you agree witrh this
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It is possible. Look throuth Sun's J2EE Blueprint for EJB Clients at http://java.sun.com/blueprints/guidelines/designing_enterprise_applications/client_tier/ejb_clients/index.html
"EJB clients interact with EJB tier using RMI-IIOP protocol". For your EJB Clients you still need to provide two EJB interfaces.
Internal Weblogic communications occur over the proprietory T3 and T3S (secure version of T3) protocols. But, you can configure it to use RMI-IIOP protocol.
 
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Originally posted by Balaji:
Is it possible to have an Entity Bean deployed in iPlanet and to access the same in the Weblogic (without depoying the same bean here) or vice versa.
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Balaji,
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Faisal
[This message has been edited by faisal mahmood (edited November 23, 2001).]
 
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