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From expectnothing <dan.robilli...@gmail.com>
Subject Client Application Container
Date Thu, 06 Aug 2009 09:41:15 GMT

Hi,

I am currently trying to port a number of Java SE applications to a Geronimo
app server.  We are still looking to keep the fat client gui's as our ui for
the applications, with a web app for the read only aspects. 

As I'm new to Geronimo I have a few questions:

If a swing ui is deployed as an app client, what benefits are there over a
standalone client accessing the ejb jars (aside from using the server side
VM)?

Is there any need to deploy standalone clients to the server?

If the swing ui is deployed as an app client, is the user required to have
access to the geronimo bin/client.jar?

If I separate business logic (deplyed as ejb jars) from the swing ui how can
I access these from the deployed ui application.  I am already aware of how
to do this with a standalone client?

Sorry for all the questions, but I am finding some rather large holes in the
geronimo documentation for use with fat clients.

Thanks in advance.
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