Thursday, October 18, 2001 12:28 AM
It doesn't matter whether you've your EJBs in two difft. JARs or
in the same JAR, but, the fact is that if one bean is going to
access the other then the farmer becomes a client of the later.
So, irrespective of their availability in JARs you can always go
ahead with looking up for the other bean and invoke methods
as you would with any other Java Client.