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Enterprise Java Beans
Enterprise Java Beans

Session 1 : Introduction
Session 2 : Session Beans
Session 3 : Entity Beans
Session 4 : MDBeans and Services

Enterprise Java Beans
Distributed Object
\ue000An object that is callable from a remote system
\ue000It can be called from an in-process client , an out-of-process client, or
a client located elsewhere on the network.
\ue000The client and the distributed object will use stubs and skeletons for
communication between them.
\ue000Stub The client calls a stub, which is a client-side proxy object. This

stub is responsible for masking networking communications from the
client. The stubs know how to call over the network using sockets,
messaging parameters as necessary into their network

Enterprise Java Beans
\ue000Skeleton The stub calls over the network to a skeleton, which is a

server-side proxy object. The skeleton masks network communication
from the distributed object. The skeleton delegates the call to the
distributed object.

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