Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9.0_01 (build b02-p01) is the EJB container I am using.
The chapter2-ejb.jar contains a stateless session bean.
I think the problem here is that because I have all the object model beans in another jar file which will be persisted into database via Hibernate. Does chapter2-ejb.jar need to contain the entity beans? How about using the hibernate approach?
What I want to achieve here is that I want to combine EJB3.0, Hibernate, and postgreSQL together. I am reading the "EJB3 in action" which only covers the default EJB3.0, JPA and derby as the database.