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Enterprise Java Programming with IBM WebSphere by Daniel Berg, Greg Hester, Mark Weitzel, Gary Craig, David Pitt, Jim Amsden, Kyle Brown, Russell Stinehour, Peter M. Jakab

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Chapter 22. EJB Client Development

You've now seen many of the parts of building a system with J2EE and WebSphere, and some of the pieces may be starting to come together in your mind. You've seen how servlets and JSPs work, and you've even seen how EJBs can be used to provide remote access to business logic. What we haven't talked about are the ways to access that remote business logic, and under what conditions each would be used. While we've shown an example of using a servlet as an EJB client, we have not yet examined any other options for building EJB clients.

In this chapter we'll explore those other options and show you an example of building an additional type of J2EE module, a J2EE client application, and show you one way of deploying ...

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