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Can't reach NamedQuery

 
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eye,


I am trying to use dependency injection from my Seam (web) application. Class:



CustomerAccount bean is created as separate project in Netbeans but deployed to the same JBoss instance. When I try to invoke function getLastNameDI() I get:

Named query not known: CustomerAccount.findByCustomerId

And my CustomerAccount bean is:



So there is a named query like this! Both persistence units (from web application and CustomerAccount) use the same datasource, just persistence units name vary.

What could be the problem?
 
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Query names are scoped to the persistence unit. So it will not be visible to the other persistence unit.
 
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so how can I use dependency injection in my WAR to get EJB from JAR? I need to put EJB into JARs instead of creating EAR, because many applications share them.
 
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