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ADF needs to be able to access the source of the facade to create the data control, so the recommended way is to have a project that contains the actual EJB and from it create the data control.
This shouldn't be a problem assuming that you and the people who provide the EJB all work in the same company.
You should be able to change the location of the EJB that you access at runtime by modifying the datacontrol definition after it has been created.
Note also that if your EJBs are constantly changing you'll also need to update your data controls to leverage changes you need.
Thanks for confirmation. I'll stick to my current approach then.
Actual source code isnt required because I can inspect and copy the signature of the Remote Interface of the given Client Jar and create a session bean with method stubs. I only hoped that JDeveloper would do that for me...
Well at least I still have a job now!