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From Anita Kulshreshtha <a_kuls...@yahoo.com>
Subject Looking up a Session Bean
Date Sun, 16 Sep 2007 22:08:40 GMT
    I have a stateless session bean which looks like this in JNDIViewer
(generated DD):
<xml-fragment metadata-complete="true"
xmlns:jav="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee">
  <jav:enterprise-beans>
    <jav:session>
      <jav:ejb-name>MEJB</jav:ejb-name>
      <jav:home>javax.management.j2ee.ManagementHome</jav:home>
      <jav:remote>javax.management.j2ee.Management</jav:remote>
      <jav:ejb-class>org.apache.geronimo.mgmt.MEJB</jav:ejb-class>
      <jav:session-type>Stateless</jav:session-type>
      <jav:init-method>
        <jav:bean-method>
          <jav:method-name>create</jav:method-name>
          <jav:method-params/>
        </jav:bean-method>
      </jav:init-method>
      <jav:transaction-type>Container</jav:transaction-type>
    </jav:session>
  </jav:enterprise-beans>
  <jav:assembly-descriptor>
    <jav:method-permission>
      <jav:role-name>mejbuser</jav:role-name>
      <jav:method>
        <jav:ejb-name>MEJB</jav:ejb-name>
        <jav:method-name>*</jav:method-name>
      </jav:method>
    </jav:method-permission>
    <jav:exclude-list/>
  </jav:assembly-descriptor>
</xml-fragment>

     How should I look this up in a web client? 

Thanks
Anita



       
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