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This tutorial demonstrates mechanisms for such references. Stateless3Bean , the EJB2. Stateless2Bean and the deployment descriptors for the EJB2. The ejb-ref element references the 3. Remember that we can provide a EJB2. Two mechanisms for referencing EJB2. The first mechanism uses annotations exclusively.
Note the EJBs annotation on org. The name parameter for the EJB specifies the name with which the 2. The mapped-name parameter specifies the global JNDI binding of the 2. Also note that since the bean being looked up is a EJB2. The second mechanism of referencing a EJB2. There's a very important difference between the remote and a business-remote interface. The EJB2. To build and run the example, make sure you have installed JBoss 5. This will create the EAR in the target folder of the tutorial.
Then follow the steps mentioned above, to access the servlet from the web browser. RemoteException, javax. Important The ejb-jar. Note The org. Stateless3Bean also exposes a business-remote interface, so that the org. EJBReferenceServlet can use the business-remote interface.
Stateless Remote Stateless3. Important There's a very important difference between the remote and a business-remote interface. Note To build and run the example, make sure you have installed JBoss 5. This will bring up a page where you can click on the Test button to check that the EJB2. Maven Users: Make sure the AS is not running.
This tutorial demonstrates mechanisms for such references. Stateless3Bean , the EJB2. Stateless2Bean and the deployment descriptors for the EJB2. The ejb-ref element references the 3. Remember that we can provide a EJB2. Two mechanisms for referencing EJB2.
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Enterprise JavaBeans 2. At just over pages, the EJB 2. The most important changes in the specification are those made to container-managed persistence CMP and the introduction of a completely new bean type, the MessageDrivenBean. The bulk of the changes in EJB 2. It's radically different from the old CMP model because it introduces an entirely new participant, the persistence manager , and a completely new way of defining container-managed fields, as well as relationships with other beans and dependent objects. The introduction of the MessageDrivenBean the message bean is also significant. That exciting new bean type provides a component model for JMS clients, allowing them to be deployed in the rich and robust environment of an EJB container system.