Lets suppose that you have a remote Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) application where the EJB client is a service pack (SP) application in a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) architecture. You would like your remote EJB to be authenticated using same assertion which was used for SP.
Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of EJB and Picketlink.
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This article summarizes some new features that will be enabled in EAP 7.1 for applications using remote EJB clients. These new features will improve some aspects of the remote EJB communication such as:
- A simplified method for looking up remote EJBs
- A new annotation to control transaction propagation from remote EJB clients
- A new annotation to enable Client side interceptors for EJB calls
- An update in the remote EJB client configuration file
- Simplified lookup of remote EJBs
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