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Calling EJB's of a different application(JVM)  from exsiting Session Beans

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Hello
I'l give a background of myself as I forsee a lot of questions from my side
I am new to EJB's (first project on this) but I have worked on Java and JSF quite a bit.
My Development Env - RAD7 on Websphere Server 6 (6.1) on Windows..

My Initial task was to refactor some struts controllers to Regular Sateless session Beans which I have done without a problem and updated the deployment descriptor.The thing is these Session Beans call EJB's in a different different application on a different JVM.(Next Task)

Could you please point me to a resource or a sequence of steps that I should do to make this possible.What changes I should make to the DD etc ..

I know this question is quite vague, but I want to get an Idiea before I start from the experts.I would get to the specific questions probably in different posts.

As Always, Thanks for your time.I have gained immensly from thsi forum, more imporatantly this has always helped me to keep my job :-)
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Thanks for the tutorial,

a few questions

1.What would information would I need to Access an EJB of a different application.My EJB's sort of acts like the Client to the other EJB's deployed in a different JVM
2.Whare does this info go ..in the DD ?
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>> What would information would I need to Access an EJB of a different application.

The remote/ home interfaces and the URL to access it.

>> Whare does this info go ..in the DD ?

You mean detailed design?
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