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JSF and RMI callback

 
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Hello,

I have a web application which from time to time receives some RMI callbacks from another application. The callbacks provide data for the web application.
In the web app i have a managed bean with application scope. Is there any way i can access that bean when i receive the callback? (there is no request and in consequence no context).
In the situation that this is a totally wrong way to work, some suggestions are welcome.

thanks
 
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