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Entity Bean and mulitple datasource

 
Pinal N Patel
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Hello,
Is it possible to have multiple entity beans connecting to multiple datasources in one container?. If yes, Is it by listing the datasource name in bean specific JNDI ENC?
For eg: In one container,
Bean1 connects to DataSource1
Bean2 connects to DataSource2
I appreciate your help in advance.
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Pinal
 
Lasse Koskela
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Yes, it is possible. Let's say you have a bean implementation called MyEntityBean. You would need to
1) Deploy one EJB with MyEntityBean as the implementation having a resource reference to "DataSource1" in its ejb-jar.xml configs
2) Deploy another EJB with the same implementation class but having a resource reference in ejb-jar.xml pointing to "DataSource2"
 
Naveen Sharma
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can't we have 2 datasources in one ejb-xml file..
in this way there is no need to put them into 2 jars

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Naveen
 
Pradeep bhatt
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can't we have 2 datasources in one ejb-xml file..

Yes, you can.
 
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