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From Zachary1234 <stargate7thsym...@live.co.uk>
Subject RE: OPEN EJB most recent version and POJO's.
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2011 23:15:07 GMT

However, if I wish to access the pojo outside of openEJB,
or even on another network pc, the way to go is JNDI.
Is there an easy way to bind a class or interface pojo
to JNDI?  Will just @JNDI (with an optional name)
at the top do the trick?


Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2011 05:47:52 -0700
From: ml-node+3576817-2077569707-42018@n4.nabble.com
To: stargate7thsymbol@live.co.uk
Subject: Re: OPEN EJB most recent version and POJO's.



	Yes, it's possible.

I'm using something like this:

Swing -> @Stateless Session Beans -> POJOs, @Entities and Database operations.


You don't have to annotate it.
	
	

	

	
	
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