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From Ignacio de Córdoba <icord...@skios.es>
Subject EJb 3.1 (dependency injection) and Struts2 actions ¿CDI/Weld needed?
Date Mon, 07 Dec 2009 21:02:31 GMT

Hi there,
I'd like to know if there is a recommended approach to deal with dependency
injection on new EJB 3.1 EJBs.
I am using now a modified version of JBoss Struts2 plugin with works great
but it really does nothing more than regular JNDI lookups on every action
request call.
I wonder if there is a new approach to getting EJB 3.1 session beans
(stateless to be precise) which is what mostly I have to deal with. I've
seen in the DEV forum that a plugin for CDI/Weld is coming (hopefully soon).
Should we have to wait for this plugin or there is a simple approach to just
inject new EJBs in struts2 actions? (@EJB... ? :-) )
Of course, I have already tested new GlassFish v3, even though I'll probably
be using new JBoss 6 (I have already tested it with my previous EJB3 Struts2
projects and works ok, so I'd like to start my new projects directly with
EJB 3.1)

Thanks for any directions.
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