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Field injection unstead of JNDI is always feasible wuth local interfaces?

 
Luk Cora
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I'm following this guide http://www.developer.am/ejb3/ and i noted that in case of remote interfaces i need to use InitialContext to lookup beans i need

interface


implementation



Client



I can avoid this sort of lookup injecting beans through field or setter injection. This is an example of field injection:


but for do this, according to the guide, i need an ACC (application Client Container).. What i want to know is: this is only the case of remote interface? With local interface i can ALWAYS invoke beans without addition lookups, either if i've or not an ACC?
 
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