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error in H.Kushner's book: IBM287??

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I'm working with Kushner's book on 287 IBM test.
p.419 and 420, resource-env-ref and resource-ref xml elements are used both to refer to an manager connection factory (javax.jms.QueueConnectionFactory) and resource environment references (javax.jms.Queue).

According to EJB2.0 spec p.426-427 �20-4 and �20-5, it's not a correct configuration. JMS queues should be referenced only by resource environement references (resource-env-ref) and JMS Queue Connection Factories should be referenced only by resource manager connection factoy references (resource-ref), but to my sense, mix is not allowed.

[ February 07, 2005: Message edited by: cyril vidal ]
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