Will St Hubert

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Actually I have use ejbSelect<method> within an ejbHome<method> I think this is not clear.

see example :

public Collection ejbHomeListAllUserWithActiveCart()throws FinderException{
Collection list = null;
list = ejbSelectAllUserWithActiveCart();
return list;
}
Hi Chetan,

It's vendor specific how the reference is mapped to the JNDI name... usually they use unique 'id' attribute for ejb-ref tag.
Hi Stefank,

I completely agree with you and I have the same understanding. m.director should valid for the Select clause based on the definition in the spec.

single_valued_path_expression ::=
{single_valued_navigation | identification_variable}.cmp_field |
single_valued_navigation
single_valued_navigation ::=
identification_variable.[single_valued_cmr_field.]* single_valued_cmr_field

m.director is a single_valued_navigation and also a single_valued_path_expression.

If anyone sees this differently please advise ???

Thx.

Will
Hi,
Can you put your code for the HTML file b/c if you can access that value from File1.jsp and set it as an attribute in the session you should be able to retrieve it in File2.jsp.
If you open a browser (IE) wich already have a parent window with a valid session with your web app. The child window uses that same session.
Make sure you add your app EAR file in your server configuration (Server Perspective).
Hope this helps.
wawi.
17 years ago