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Using Stateless EJB3s in a Struts 2 application

 
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Hi,

my project contains of three (eclipse) project. One project contains all JPA files, the second contains the Stateless Session Beans (with all CRUD operations) and the least project contains the web (Struts 2) application. How can I combine the Actions with the beans without a lot of additional code (InitialContext etc.). Is there a way to get a reference via reference injection or what is the normal approach for this task?

Thanks in advance!

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Michael
 
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In theory, you're supposed to be able to use the @EJB annotation in a web client. In practice, most web containers don't support it. The best way I know of to get an EJB3 reference that works fairly consistently is:
 
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Thanks for your reply.
The InitialContext solution was also my first idea. The first idea is sometimes the best idea.

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Michael
 
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For others who read this post: The name "MyBean" is a little bit confusing - better MyLocalInterface or MyRemoteInterface!

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Michael
 
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