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Bindings file in EJB 3.0

vipul bondugula
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Hi Ranchers,

Currenlty i am working on an enterprise project including ejb 3.0 and web. In EJB we are having both session beans and message driven beans.
Using IDE , we developed session beans and local business interfaces extended by session beans. Using annotations we have done it.
sample example of session bean:

local business interface:

In Facade Bean, i am accessing session bean like this:

and in ejb 3, ejb-jar.xml file is optional. and i am not configuring session beans at any other place like ibm-ejb-jar-bnd.xml..Is it required my sessionbeans to be configured in ibm-ejb-jar-bnd.xml file? please check my configuration and if any other configuration required, please tell me.

More over, what is the use of ibm-ejb-jar-bnd.xml file?

Vipul Kumar

Vipul Kumar
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I'm not sure if it is required, but the JNDI name has to be specified somewhere. If it isn't in the bindings file, it needs to be somewhere else.

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vipul bondugula
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Binding file is required. we configure ejb and mdb resources in ibm-ejb-jar-bnd.xml file..

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