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  Asked By: Ruben    Date: May 21    Category: Java    Views: 1261

I have a doubt while going through mastering ejb book. can any one clarify me
abt this of exactly what happening internally.

In the implicit middleware:

" when a client call a distributed object, the client calls a stub which is a
client-side proxy object which inturn
calls over the network the skeleton, which is a server side proxy object then
the request interceptor intercepts
the requests from the clients and then performs the middleware the your
distributed object needs".

In other place i found the following information:

" The client never invokes the method on the actual instance of the bean,
rather the request is intercepted by
the Ejb container and then delegated to the actual bean instance".
So what i want to know is what is the actual elements reprsenting the
skeleton, request interceptor and stub on client



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Abrianna Rossi     Answered On: May 21

EJB containers use RMI. For more details on RMI (and stubs and
skeletons) look at

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