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Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?

6 posts in EJB Client Last posting was on 2006-02-10 04:45:03.0Z
Yoyo Young Posted on 2006-01-12 02:57:02.0Z
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Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?

yoyo


Bede <bede_nosp Posted on 2006-01-12 11:22:42.0Z
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if you mean a PB client application to a Java EJB component, yes -of
course, that's the whole idea of ejbclient

if not, please clarify your question.

In article <43c5c57e@forums-1-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...

> Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?
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> yoyo
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Yoyo Young Posted on 2006-01-13 05:55:17.0Z
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No, What I mean is JavaBean not EJB.

"Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
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> if you mean a PB client application to a Java EJB component, yes -of
> course, that's the whole idea of ejbclient
>
> if not, please clarify your question.
>
> In article <43c5c57e@forums-1-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
>> Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?
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>> yoyo
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Bede <bede_nosp Posted on 2006-01-13 08:45:21.0Z
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then you're fishing in the wrong pool.
take a closer look at PBNI and the java examples there.


In article <43c73de8@forums-2-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...

> No, What I mean is JavaBean not EJB.
>
> "Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
> ??????:MPG.1e305792bc111603989782@forums.sybase.com...
> > if you mean a PB client application to a Java EJB component, yes -of
> > course, that's the whole idea of ejbclient
> >
> > if not, please clarify your question.
> >
> > In article <43c5c57e@forums-1-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
> >> Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?
> >>
> >> yoyo
> >>
> >>
> >>
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Yoyo Young Posted on 2006-02-10 04:37:44.0Z
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Hello Bede,

Sorry, my question is whether PB EJB client can call JAVA class not EJB.
I think the answer is YES.
Thanks.

yoyo

"Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
??????:MPG.1e31842e69455f8e989784@forums.sybase.com...

> then you're fishing in the wrong pool.
> take a closer look at PBNI and the java examples there.
>
>
> In article <43c73de8@forums-2-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
>> No, What I mean is JavaBean not EJB.
>>
>> "Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
>> ??????:MPG.1e305792bc111603989782@forums.sybase.com...
>> > if you mean a PB client application to a Java EJB component, yes -of
>> > course, that's the whole idea of ejbclient
>> >
>> > if not, please clarify your question.
>> >
>> > In article <43c5c57e@forums-1-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
>> >> Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?
>> >>
>> >> yoyo
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>


Yoyo Young Posted on 2006-02-10 04:45:03.0Z
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http://64.18.163.122/rgagnon/pbdetails/pb-0224.html

"Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
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> then you're fishing in the wrong pool.
> take a closer look at PBNI and the java examples there.
>
>
> In article <43c73de8@forums-2-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
>> No, What I mean is JavaBean not EJB.
>>
>> "Bede" <bede_nosp@m_sofico.be>
>> ??????:MPG.1e305792bc111603989782@forums.sybase.com...
>> > if you mean a PB client application to a Java EJB component, yes -of
>> > course, that's the whole idea of ejbclient
>> >
>> > if not, please clarify your question.
>> >
>> > In article <43c5c57e@forums-1-dub>, young@public1.wx.js.cn says...
>> >> Can I use PB as JavaBean Client?
>> >>
>> >> yoyo
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
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