ejb Reference AS Proxy for EXACT JNDI Location:: help needed
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Posted By:   perry_arora
Posted On:   Tuesday, October 21, 2003 05:40 AM

Hi friends , Need your help.. I was checking what exactly the ejb-ref element in the deployment descriptor is as i was really confused between the difference between the ejbreference and the JNDI location of the bean.. What i got is that ejbreference is proxy for the jndi location and at the deploy time deployer can MAP the ejbreference to the exact location other than java:compenvejb to some other location if he wants But since he is dealing with the class files of the bean he can change the accessing logic( where a bean is accessing other bean). The deployer can use the synboli   More>>
			


Hi friends ,

Need your help..

I was checking what exactly the ejb-ref element in the

deployment descriptor is as i was really confused between

the difference between the ejbreference and the JNDI

location of the bean..

What i got is that ejbreference is proxy for the jndi

location and at the deploy time deployer can MAP the

ejbreference to the exact location other than

java:compenvejb to some other location if he wants But

since he is dealing with the class files of the bean he

can change the accessing logic( where a bean is accessing other bean).



The deployer can use the synbolic links (JNDI feature),

for mapping the ejbreference to the exact location for the EJB..

Can any 1 tell me how to Do that!!!>>>



and also when the deployer is not changing the JNDI

location i.e he wants to go with the java:compenvejb

which the EJB specification recommneds in that case is he

needed to provide some information so that when we use the

jndi lookup to get the bean home reference we can get it.



b bye an THXs.
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