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How to avoid WARN [InterceptorRegistry] applicable interceptors is non-existent

Ankit Varshney
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Joined: Aug 01, 2008
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Hello friends ,

I am using ejb 3.0 with JBOSS 5.0 in my project.
when I am using any session bean,its showing following warnings



These warnings are not creating any problem but slow down the speed of project very much.
These warnings are coming for every method of session bean which I am calling.
Can you please tell me how to avoid these warnings???



Have a nice time... <br />Ankit Kumar Varshney
Jaikiran Pai
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Which exact version of JBoss AS? These (and some other EJB3 deployment performance issues) have been fixed in the latest AS version (5.1.0.GA)


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