EJB programming & troubleshooting: Java Application as EJBClient

  1. Java Application as EJBClient (1 messages)

    we r using java application as EJBClient and the app server is weblogic5.1.0.
    when we run the Client from a remote machine it is unable to look up home interface if the client machine doesn't contain weblogic api. Is it necessary to copy all weblogic api in client machine? it'll come around 25MB...
  2. Java Application as EJBClient[ Go to top ]

    Not nesessarily, if your client can classload from the WebLogic, for example: