[jboss-user] [EJB 3.0] - Re: circular references
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Mon Jun 29 14:50:15 EDT 2009
anonymous wrote : to do what at class level? to @IgnoreDependency ?
Yes, i meant you can't have an @IgnoreDependency at class level.
anonymous wrote : i thought, that
| * @EJB on class level just declares a dependency and the application server puts the corresponding ejb into the local jndi context, while
| * @EJB on field level injects an instance of the corresponding ejb into the field
[ Some internal details - A @EJB adds an internal MC dependency on the bean which is being added to the ENC of another bean or being injected in another bean]
Wouldn't this work:
| public class StatlessTwoBean implements StatlessTwo
| @EJB(beanName = "StatlessOne") // lookup "always"
| private StatlessOne statlessOne;
anonymous wrote : ps:
| its complicated for me to explain all these things in english.
| so i hope you will forgive me if i confuse you O: )
No problem with the language :)
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