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Tracking Log with EJB3

 
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Hi there!

I'm developing a business core for an application with EJB3.
My EJB3 Services can and do calls for others EJB3 Services in same JVM.

I'm with a little problem to solve a requesite where my business layer needs make a Tracking Log.

What is it?
My First EJB3 Service will receive a idSession, and I need use this idSession at every log event that my business layer will do.

Thus, I need that this idSession remain at some place that every EJB3 service can access it. But this idSession will be diferent for every new request.

Anyone has an idea? How I can resolve this?!

Thank's a lot!
 
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maybe a statefull session bean could help you.
it could wrap the idSession and act as a facade for all the session
 
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