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Local annotation interfaces

Joe Harry
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Guys,

I have the following EJB defined:



In my Local annotation, I specify the interfaces. But in reality, the AccountService is a super interface of AccountManager. Do I need to have the AccountService as well in my implements clause? I think it is superflous. But what does the EJB spec says?


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Lucas Smith
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Ideally, you should use EJB only via its interfaces. I think that AccountManager is sufficient.


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