J2EE:deploying stubs

I'm analysing the borland enterprise server and this particular application's deplyment jar files only contain the ejb-jar.xml files. the actual server class files are situated outside the borland server.

how is this possible ?  is this what you call j2ee application stubs ?

pls help

thanks.
 

zgasAsked:
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TimYatesCommented:
so long as they are on the classpath, it shouldn't matter where they are...

I think...
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zgasAuthor Commented:
TimYates is correct by I had to verify his answer since he wan't sure. I have accepted the answer.

the server will look at the class path when the been is called.

For the finer details on how this works,(anyone interested) can look at the RMI details

thanks..
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TimYatesCommented:
why the C grade then?
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