Abraham Gimeno

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I don't know if I understood well but, have you tried



and since it's ManyToOne you should be able to access Postcode object


You can use an application-managed Entity Manager to gain more control over the transactions or the EM lifecycle.The container do the work transparently but this doesn't mean you can not interfere in it.

What it is doing the code you posted is basically the same it occurs at the background using a container-managed EM.
You should establish the bean's name too



really I don't remember if it will use the mappedName at all, but like this I got it in my code

If you still get a NullPointer, copy the static function I wrote above in your servlet and call it for initalize the bean
some like this

Hi,

First of all you should use the annotation @Local in your bean interface unless the bean's client is running in another JVM.

If you still want to use a remote call you should name the ejb bean implementation like this (for example)

and call them some similar like this :

the injection


and

I hope it helps
Hello,
I haven't heard never before about Apache Lucene. Is it enough reading this book for understand Hibernate Search and use it in my project or I need some kind of background in Apache Lucene before I start reading it.

Regards
The anotation referencedColumnName I think should reference a column that or it's a primary key (single or composite) or a primary key candidate, that's a unique column. Your column TYPE_CD in SupportingDocumentType I believe must contain nullable = false, unique = true
Well I don't really know where exactly to post so sorry if I don't do it in the right place.
I'm trying to use log4j in my j2ee application (EJB + JSP + Servlets + Hibernate). There are some different web applications and I would like to split the log in different files. I use a socket appender to the localhost with this properties file

log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, shark
log4j.logger.org.hibernate=ERROR
log4j.additivity.org.hibernate.SQL=false

log4j.appender.shark=org.apache.log4j.net.SocketAppender
log4j.appender.shark.Port=6000
log4j.appender.shark.RemoteHost=localhost


and the server configuration file


log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, shark
log4j.threshold=INFO
log4j.appender.shark=org.apache.log4j.FileAppender
log4j.appender.shark.File=shark-com.redamm.shark.log
log4j.appender.shark.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.shark.layout.ConversionPattern=%p %t - %l %F %M %c - %m%n



I use a init Servlet for initialize the log4j.properties and I run the server from the command line. The initialization goes on properly but without a specific reason I get an EOFException The exception pops up in many different moments and I can't understand what exactly is making to close the connection. I've tried to initialize the log4j.properties in the server also and the problem persists (I got the exception only starting the application server). I've tried a dummy web project which only loads the init Servlet and logs something, and the same problem, conects ok but it looses the connection suddenly including when I only run the web project.

I use Netbeans 6 and Glassfish 2 running in a Mac computer.

I wonder what I'm missing ... any idea???