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Am new to EJB 3.0 I have written some sample beans in EJB 2.1, when I deploy 2.1 session bean I normally packed with Jboss.xml file but for ejb 3.0 without that deployment descriptor (Jboss.xml) sessionbean running ... how is that possible ? can ejb 3.0 session bean be deployed in any app server EBA, Oracle without vender specific dd?

thanks in advance
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Hi

The the dd(application.xml) is not required for the int the ejb 3.0, the application server take a look on your module and decide how to deploy it.
At least this is the theory but in the practice, well, you may need it. I occur this problem with jboss 4.XX in an ear which contains two modules and the modules refer each other.

Regards,
Mihai
 
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