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From "Manu George" <>
Subject Re: Geronimo 2.0.1 ClassLoader seperation
Date Sat, 20 Oct 2007 13:26:04 GMT
Hi Peter,
           One way I can think of is calling the ejb like you will
call from a remote standalone java client on another machine. The
following properties would then be used to get an InitialContext from
the Remote Server.
   java.naming.factory.initial      =
   java.naming.provider.url         = ejbd://   = myuser = mypass

You will only need to have the business interfaces in the case of ejb3
or remote/home interfaces in the case of ejb 2.1


On 10/18/07, ptriller <> wrote:
> Hello !
> I hava a problem. I need to integrade a 3rd party library in my Application,
> but the Library has several classname / jar version collisions with my
> webapp. So I thought I's seperate the two applications and do the method
> calls over a remote ejb interface.
> But I didnt get it to work the way I wanted. seems the remote ejb import
> with a geronimo-web.xml only works if I add my EAR as "dependency" but that
> would add it to my classpath, which is exactly what I wanted to avoid.
> Is there any way to get the EJBs without adding the app as dependency ?
> Thanks
> Peter
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