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Jboss 7 annotation

Hisouka Devera
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Hi experts,

We will migrate to Jboss 7, but why is @RemoteBinding annotation not exist? Is there any alternatives?

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Jaikiran Pai
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@RemoteBinding is no longer supported in AS7. The EJBs are now only bound to the JNDI locations which are mandated by the EJB spec in Java EE 6.

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Hisouka Devera
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So How can I do that?
Jaikiran Pai
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What exactly are you trying to do?
Hisouka Devera
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I have created Timer Service.. How can I run this in JBoss using eclipse? without any webpage, just a backend with Java main()?
Jaikiran Pai
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Hisouka Devera wrote:I have created Timer Service.. How can I run this in JBoss using eclipse? without any webpage, just a backend with Java main()?


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