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From Karsten Ohme <>
Subject Re: Cannot find @Stateless annotation in other module
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2008 19:17:58 GMT
Awesome. It works. Great. No further problems.

> On Mar 6, 2008, at 1:32 PM, Karsten Ohme wrote:
>> David Blevins schrieb:
>>> Seems there was an issue with paths converted from URLs still 
>>> containing some encoding and therefore not being accurate.  It took 
>>> nearly all day but I think I stomped out all the code that does this 
>>> incorrectly.
>>> I've published new 3.0-SNAPSHOT jars with this issue fixed.  Give 
>>> your build a try again and see if it doesn't work better.  Be warned 
>>> that maven only downloads snapshots once a day by default so you may 
>>> need to force it to grab the new ones.
>> Great. The snapshot fix works.
>> Stays maybe the last problem:
>> WARN - Cannot find bean 
>> "de.mms_dresden.ppp.server.service.impl.FormServiceImpl/
>> patternService" referenced by bean "FormServiceImpl" with ejb-link 
>> "null".
>> WARN - Cannot find bean 
>> "de.mms_dresden.ppp.server.service.impl.FormServiceImpl/
>> networkStorageService" referenced by bean "FormServiceImpl" with 
>> ejb-link "Netwo rkStorageServiceImpl".
>> I think the reason for this is that these dependencies are searched 
>> before the other modules are deployed. Some lines later the missing 
>> modules are found. How can I control the deploy order?
> Those are just warnings not errors, the references should work as long 
> as the modules are eventually deployed.  This is how we support circular 
> dependencies for example, module A has references to beans in module B 
> and module B has references to beans in module A.
> We can probably add to the message to make it clear that it isn't a show 
> stopper.
> Did the references eventually resolve, i.e. were the beans injected into 
> FormServiceImpl?
> -David

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