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From Vegan Portal <veganpor...@yahoo.de>
Subject RE: sexy open source
Date Wed, 14 Aug 2002 16:33:30 GMT
 --- Argyn Kuketayev <Argyn.Kuketayev@plateau.com>
schrieb: > 
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Vegan Portal [mailto:veganportal@yahoo.de]
> > Sent: Wednesday, August 14, 2002 11:35 AM
> > To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> > Subject: RE: sexy open source
>  
> > My BIG
> > question is - HOW DO YOU ACCESS EJBs FROM COCOON?
> 
> the same way as from any other servlet container or
> client, I guess.
I thought that, there is hardly any other possibility
AFAIK.
> I wouldn't put EJB calls inside lgicsheet itself in
> XSP, probably. I'd use
> helper classes.
Please, see me as a newbie and give me some code!
a) Explain if there is really working possibility to
have J2EE datasource in cocoon's web.xml alone so one
could access it directly or is it bad idea as such?
b) What are the interfaces of these classes, do you
have to write them manually, what do you need to
deploy them into running system (if possible), do you
use xsp:logic to declare and access them from Cocoon?
> from regular components, such as generators, lookup
> JNDI and do whatever you
> do in your regular client EJB code.
How do you configure JNDI for that? What is the whole
big scenario you are using EJBs in?
I hope you'll be generous with us :)
Thank you in advance,
Peter.

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