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BP Server Developer's Guide
Configuring performers : EJB performer in atomic workstep : Client view of the EJB

Client view of the EJB

To connect to the EJB, the client view of EJB is required in the application server classpath. The client view typically includes the home and remote interface classes, their sub classes, Java object classes that are passed or returned from the home/remote methods, and user-defined exception classes. It is up to you to make these classes available in the application server classpath. The procedure for updating the classpath depends on your application server brand. Refer to your application server documentation for more information.
One way you can place the client view of the EJB is in the OEBPS_HOME\ebmsapps\ejbadapters folder, where ebmsapps is the application folder where all the BP Server applications are located.