Refer to this information when you set up your EJB environment.
Before you use the EJB Call builder, copy the EJB client jar to the project root/WEB-INF/lib
directory. This copy operation makes the EJB classes available to both IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer and the WebSphere Portlet Factory servlet.
If the application server that hosts the EJBs and the application server that hosts WebSphere Portlet Factory are running in different JVMs, put the JNDI client classes into the WebSphere Portlet Factory class path. For example, if WebSphere Portlet Factory is hosted on one application server and the EJBs are running on a second application server, put the second application server JNDI client JAR file in the project root/WEB-INF/lib
Parent topic: EJB Call builder: wpf7