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Hello,
I'm using ServiceLocator pattern to locate EJB's and other JNDI resources. Currently I have singletone ServiceLocator, but I'm not sure about this implementation style. I really hate singletones, because they can not be subclassed, garbaged, initialized in custom way etc. But I can not figure out any alternative way to use ServiceLocator in EJB layer and BusinessDelegate layer. These layers has no access to general scope (like ServletContext). Any ideas?
 
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