EJB - Delphi interaction using IIOP protocol(urgent)

Posted on 2006-04-04
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
How can i access a EJB deployed in a weblogic application server through delphi using iiop protocol?
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    Which version of Delphi? Delphi 2005 has support for integration with J2EE application servers:,1410,32778,00.html

    If you're using JBuilder, you can use this:

    Otherwise, try JAsta anyway:

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