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From Forrest Xia <forres...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using @EJB annotation instead of looking up for EJB
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2012 05:18:13 GMT
Refer to bank sample, for example,
https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/geronimo/samples/tags/samples-parent-2.2.1/samples/bank/

On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 12:55 PM, nemesis_sun <nemesis_sun@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I'm new and on the way of learning Geronimo. I have this simple
> application,
> there is one EJB application and one App Client. In the EJB app, I have one
> remote interface (with "@Remote"), one EJB(with "@Stateless"). In the App
> Client, I have a Main class which accesses the EJB and calls some of its
> functions.
>
> The problem is, I am able to use InitialContext.lookup() to retrieve an
> instance of the EJB, but not so with the @EJB annotation. It returns a NULL
> value.
>
> So can someone help me on this issue, how to use @EJB instead of lookup()?
> Please also note that all the annotations I just listed are without any
> element. I know with this alone the server may not have enough info on
> where
> to look for the EJB, so maybe there is some way to specify it, either in
> those annotations or the the deployment plan (my priority is in the
> annotations, if there is any)
>
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>



-- 
Thanks!

Regards, Forrest

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