Re: EJB CLietn

Wesley Hall <>
Fri, 01 Dec 2006 22:07:16 +0000
sss wrote:

I am trying to call EJB from client application, but seems like it can't
find the ejb
I also download a stub file from the admin page and add to the ejb client
path. but still without the luck.

I am using netbeans to develop with JAVAEE5

private static ConverterBean converterBean;

public static void main(String[] args) {
// TODO code application logic here

BigDecimal param = new BigDecimal ("100.00");
BigDecimal amount = converterBean.dollarToYen(param);
System.out.println( amount );

Unless I am quite mistaken, I dont believe you can use the @EJB
annotation on the client. This is used to pass bean references inside
the EJB container.

To get a reference to a ConverterBean from your client you will need to
include the relevant jars in your client classpath and do something like

InitialContext context = new InitialContext();
ConverterBean converterBean = context.lookup("ConverterBean/remote");

I cant help with what jars you will need, and I am not sure if the
lookup string will be correct because these things dependant on your
application server and how you have configured your beans but starting
from here, with a little trial and error you should be able to get it

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