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Answer / janet
A client accesses an Enterprise Java Bean by looking up the
class implementing it's home interface by name through JNDI.
it then uses methods of the home interface to acquire access
to an instance of the class implementing the remote interface.
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Answer / ss
Previous answer is correct..
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