My problem is more vendor dependent . I am trying to inject EJB (weblogic 11g ) onto JSF 2.0 managedbean using annotation. However, the deployment fails complaining ejb link not working . It works fine when tried with Glassfish v3 though. Somewhere in a blog , I read that including wls.jsf.di.jar will solve the problem of ejb injection in weblogic but it hasn't helped me so far.
Any direction would be appreciated.
This was probably a question better asked in the WebLogic forum. Most purely JSF people won't have a clue.
JSF works in conjunction with EL. The default EL variable resolver, however, only knows how to resolve a limited set of objects. Primarily the JSF managed beans. So to add objects from outside the JSF universe to the set of objects that can be resolved, you have to chain in a resolver suitable for that external set of objects. For example, I'm using Spring for my persistence layer, so I added an Spring EL Resolver definition to faces-config.xml:
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