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Can mobile devices running J2ME connect to EJB3 containers?
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Is there any way to access EJB components directly without having a servlet in the middle (as the suggested tutorial shows) ?
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I doubt it.

Though there could be an optional RMI package in J2ME which can be used for accessing EJBs
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With EJB2.1 onwards, you can define a stateless session EJB as a webservice endpoint. You will not be  using a Servlet there, but the EJB will need to marshal/unmarshal soap envelopes.

Axis is a well tested tool that sits between the webservice implementation and the webservice client and provides the capabilities of dealing with the soap envelopes.
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