At this point we are shown a list of all open projects that have EJBs in them. We need
to select the bean we wish to access from one of these projects.
If our bean had both a local and remote interface, we would have been given the
choice to select the appropriate one. However, since it only has a remote interface,
the option to select a local interface is disabled. In our particular example, even if we
had the option of selecting a local interface, the correct option would have been to
select the remote interface since our client will be executing in a different JVM from
the server, and local interfaces are not accessible across JVMs.