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EJB3 injection with the logical name

 
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Hi

Could somebody please explain me how this things work?



In the above code what the ejb annotation says?

Inject the reference to the TestSLAnnotationRemote and then bind the variable to the name TestSLAnnotationBean insteadof com.client.Client/client?

Please let me know if my understanding is correct.
 
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Siva Masilamani wrote:In the above code what the ejb annotation says?


From JEE-API: The name element from javax.ejb.EJB defines "The logical name of the ejb reference within the declaring component's (e.g., java:comp/env) environment."

Thus, in your example, the app client deploy tool creates an entry in the app client's ENC with name "java:comp/env/TestSLAnnotationBean". During runtime the app client container performs dependency injection before it calls the app client's main method (see, for instance, JEE 6 spec, section EE.10.4).
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