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j2ee Simple Stateless Bean Code Verification

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I have an assignment for tomorrow morning but lack the environment at home for proper testing.

My objective is to spot bugs before to minimize coding time in the morning since the time is so very crunched.

Please review the files to help me spot any syntax issues involved in the creation of this simple stateless session bean example.

 The client calls stateless session beans to verify whether the partner is valid.  Validation takes place by checking for a file for the partner and checking whether there is a matching partner Key for them in the database.

Is there anything that you can immediately spot in these files that you know will make this code fail.

Thanks in advance for your expert eyes.



 ValidateClient.java Validate.java ValidateBean.java ValidateHome.java
ejb-jar.xml
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