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From Stefano <elste...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struts and EJB 3
Date Fri, 10 Apr 2009 12:48:34 GMT
in struts1 what's the way to use EJB3.0?

there's no possibility to use annotation?
i need to use classical jndi? why?

thanks

On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 13:24, Ignacio de Córdoba <icordoba@skios.es> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I'm us¡ng JBoss and @EJB doesn't work either. Are you using Struts1 or
> Struts2? If Struts2, You can use the extension for EJB3 for Struts2. It
> works OK (interceptor).
>
>
> senderj wrote:
>>
>> My env is Netbean with Glassfish. I am able to create a servlet to call
>> EJB with this code:
>>
>> public class TryAdvise_create extends HttpServlet {
>>     @EJB
>>     AdviseFacadeRemote advBean;
>>     ......
>>     protected void processRequest(HttpServletRequest request, ........ {
>>     ......
>>         Advise adv = new Advise(123, "123 Company");
>>         advBean.create(adv);
>>
>> It works great. But when doing the same on a Struts Action:
>>
>> public class TryAdviseAction extends Action {
>>     @EJB
>>     AdviseFacadeRemote advBean;
>>     ......
>>     public ActionForward execute(ActionMapping mapping, ......... {
>>         Advise a = advBean.find(new Long(1));
>>
>> advBean is always null. Why? Please help.
>>
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