[jboss-user] [EJB 3.0] - Re: How to get this (very simple) tutorial to work in JBoss
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Thu May 17 12:03:17 EDT 2007
Okay, here's what I would try:
Use the Session Facade Pattern.
Create a stateless session bean and inject the EntityManagerFactory into it using the code you have in your servlet class (cut and paste it). Get a reference to this bean in your servlet using JNDI lookup:
InitialContext ctx = new InitialContext();
| FacadeBeanLocal bean = ctx.lookup("FacadeBean/local");
The lookup string will vary depending on your packaging.
Using and EAR: "<ear-name>/<bean-name>/[local | remote]"
Using a JAR: "<bean-name>/[local | remote]"
Make sure you label the interface your facade bean implements with either @Local or @Remote.
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