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My problem is, that I'm using non-POJO Objects in EJBs, which are transfered through a EJB Client to my backing bean.
So, the customer-class is my own generated class.
But the client und backing bean "don't know" the customer class, because it's used in the EJB, if I copy the customer.class-Filee to the backingbean-project or ejbclient-project it results in "not the same class" error.
So how do I make these class known to all my projects? Is there an easy way? With POJOs only it works like a charm.
Am I only allowed to use POJOs in EJBs?