[jboss-user] [Beginner's Corner] - Re: @Service annotated bean lifecycle methods

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"Re: @Service annotated bean lifecycle methods"

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Thanks Jaikiran for the answer. I tried to simplify this issue as most as it is possible. So here is my service bean:

public class RemoteTrafficManagerBean implements RemoteTrafficManager {
    public void start() throws Exception {
        System.out.println("Starting service bean");
    public void create() throws Exception {
        System.out.println("Creating service bean");
    (... some other methods ...)
    public void someBusinessMethod() {

Logs are otputed to the standard out to make sure that it is no logging issue. RemoteTrafficManager is injected into another session bean using @EJB annotation. Also, someBusinessMethod is called from this bean. I am sure that RemoteTrafficManagerBean was instantiated, because some additional logging is flushed into console from its business methods (they do not work appropriately because initialization has not been done). 

I 've put logging from all levels into file:

msc at nitrogen:~> cat jboss\ service\ logs |grep 'Starting service bean'
msc at nitrogen:~> cat jboss\ service\ logs |grep 'Creating service bean'

But there is no entry about starting/creating RemoteTrafficManagerBean. I use JBoss 5.0.0 with HornetQ.

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