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Servlet to Session Bean


Joined: May 28, 2001
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I want to link/map a stateful session bean to a ServletSession. I have tried putting the remote reference into the ServletSession, but when I try to take it out of the ServletSession, I get a RemoteEJBException. I am using Borland App Server 4.5 trial edition.
Does the underlying framework of EJB know to return the same instance of a bean everytime I do a lookup ? or do I have to supply some parameters in the create method ? Ideally I would like to cache the remote reference in the ServletSession in order to avoid the JNDI lookup
any ideas ?
thanks, dan
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