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package org.jboss.remoting.transport;
This interface is used to indicate that a client invoker represents as transport that is bidirectional, which means that calls from the server to the client can be made without having to open a new physical connection from the server back to the client/

Tom Elrod
public interface BidirectionalClientInvoker extends ClientInvoker
Gets the locator to be used for callbacks when want do not want to establish a new physical connectiong from the server to the client.

   public InvokerLocator getCallbackLocator(Map metadata);
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