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JNDI name for ejb

 
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Greetings,
I have a strange problem with JBoss 6.0.0.20100216-M2: I've created a stateless session bean using annotations: I've annotated the EJB class with @Stateless("aName") and @Local(anInterface.class); the ejb implements the 'anInterface'.
Then, I've created a jboss.xml, like that:


After that, I expected to see 'ejb/anotherName' in the jndiView from jboss jmxConsole: instead, I see:



in the global JNDI space.
Obviously, the jar is inside an ear and jboss.xml is inside the META-INF directory of the jar.
I've also tried to add a (redundant?) ejb-jar.xml, without any result.

Can anybody help me? I'm suspecting not to have understood the meaning of 'jboss.xml'.
 
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Well, this is embarassing.... I should have used and NOT .
Thanks anyway
 
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