What is the Operations class in an EJB?
I am a little confused about the Operations class that was generated for my
EJB via PowerJ. I deployed this EJB to a Jag server in 2 different server
instances, the development instance did not create an Operations class for
the EJB and the web ran fine. When I deployed it in the Test server, it
also did not create an Operations class but the web app would blow up when
trying lookup my EJB because it was looking for an Operations class but there
wasn't one. I had someone assist me and we finally got PowerJ to create
and Operations class and then app worked fine. So... do I always need an
Operations class? What is the purpose? Anyway why would it work in one
instance and not another? I know, alot of questions... Any help, direction
or guidance would be greatly appreciated!
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