I'm looking for a solution to call WebSphere EJBs without needing their class files (com.ibm.websphere.naming.WsnInitialContextFactory and others). I have the files, but do not want to use the IBM JRE.
Since RMI-IIOP should be compatible, isn't it possible to use the JBoss J2EE client implementation to bootstrap into WebSpheres JNDI tree and lookup an EJB reference? JBoss' client JAR structure seems to be more clear than the WebSphere files, which also have the disadvantage of needing an IBM JRE.
Please give me a hint if my idea is senseless or if it could work.
Hi, same problem here. Did you solve it?