The first Bean is the second Bean's client.

jabber (jabber)
So you need use EJB client API and JNDI. Get the remote interface first.....

By the way, getEJBObject() does not help you much. EJBObject is an interface...

The same procedure applies if the two beans are in the different containers.
2000-12-2 -04:00
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