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Ask Android questions in an Android forum, this is not one. A simple URL request to a servlet can already do it though.
Yes I agree,
But I simply want to ask that just like an Java SE Client can call EJB methods using EJBRemote interface
Is there any way that an Android Client do the same without implementing any Servlet, REST etc. technologies
Just as simple as an Java SE Client can do that
Again: ask in an android programming forum.
Java SE clients that do remote EJB calls are usually same intranet applications deployed via webstart.
Android clients are almost always going to be over the internet so why insist on not using preferred over the internet integration solutions like webservices? What is making you fix the tools like this rather than letting the requirements decide the best tools?