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WEBSPHERE ANNOTATION

 
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Dear all,


How to annotate..... User-defined bindings for EJB business interfaces and homes(EJB 3) in WEBSPHERE??

if i want to tell Clearly means.... ..how can i code for.....jndi binding using annotation in websphere

i have tried the same in jboss ..it works well ..but i could not find in websphere ..

can anyone come up with solution??

please.... help
 
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Hi java shan,

to use J2EE 6.0 new features, like EJB3.0, you have to install
the features packs which provide to WAS such features..
which, if i am not wrong, are available for WAS 6.1 or later.
Anyway, check docs for your product: on IBM' s website there's
a lot of info..

Good work!
 
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