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Hello again.

I recently viewed duke' bank application which was developed using @EJB annotation.
Also, As i know @EJB injection can be done only in main class.

What if i don't want to write all the bussiness logic and components , events discription/ initializations in one class?

I mean, i want to separate them into 3 different classes like here:

http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2EE/appclient/

graphics.java , dataHandler, eventHandler and so on..

and not to do like here:



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QUESTION : how i can call remote session bean methods with @EJB from class different from main if it is not allowed? I tryed to make references to main class but failed with NullPointerException... ))


Should i use EJB 2.1 insted of 3.0 then?i am really confused.
 
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You can use a JNDI lookup if injection isn't working...
 
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