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From smythewin <sven.suept...@businessdecision.com>
Subject Re: TypeConversion with JAXB when calling "remote" EJB
Date Wed, 28 Sep 2011 14:27:04 GMT
Hi,

if I get Willem's point right, I would NOT be able to call the EJB remotely
in either way (using camel ejb or any ordinary ejb invocation mechanism).

But I can perfectly do that, when running a Servlet (in the same deployment
artifact as the camel route is located), injecing it the (remote) EJB
reference, create an object of type MemberBusDataDeliveryType and call the
EJB method with the type object parameterized. The result is the expected
one, and not the type conversion failure as described about.

May the sources will help?

Thanks in advance for all your help/suggestions. 

Sven

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