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Seam 2.3 - How to have multiple EJB modules/JNDI Patterns

Duran Harris
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Hi Guys,

Busy doing a Seam/JBOSS upgrade but I have hit a wall. The examples provided with seam typically have a single war/ear/ejb module per project.
I have multiple ejb modules and am confused how to work with the jndiPattern in this case.

In my web module I currently have a seam.properties consisting of the following :


org.jboss.seam.core.init.jndiPattern=java:app/seam-datamodel/#{ejbName}
org.jboss.seam.core.init.debug=false


Which was all fine and good when seam-datamodel was the only ejb-module I was using. Now I wish to include an additional ejb-module but I do not know what jndiPattern to use that can cater for both ejb module names....

Any help would be greatly appreciated....


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