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You just need to package the bean's remote business interfaces in the web application. You don't need the bean implementation classes in that web application.
Thank you very much for your reply.
My EJB Project contains about 120 remote bussiness interfaces and about 500 Entity beans, all of them are required for web application.
How I can separate these bussiness interfaces and entity beans with Implementations ? How I can make a jar file which only contains required classes.
Thank you very much again.
It depends on how your project is structured and built. Ultimately, it's just a matter of using the build tool to create the jar with the right set of inclusion/exclusion of class files.