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Struts2 and EJB3 Integration

 
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Able to see that this topic has been discussed very often.

I would need to invoke Stateless EJB3 from struts2 action. I am looking for a plug-in to inject EJB in struts2 action in WebSphere Application Server environment. Is there any plug-in out there to achieve this? Since I do not want to go for traditional JNDI lookup.

I was going through the below threads, but no luck

https://coderanch.com/t/496362/Struts/Intergration-Struts-EJB-struts-ejb - Agrael Lee's plugin seems to be not implemented for Websphere Server
https://coderanch.com/t/457492/Struts/Struts-EJB - I don't find any downloads in the url mentioned in the thread.

Please advise me.
 
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Yes, this is not implemented for Websphere Application server.
 
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There exists three Implementation ApplicationServer.java, GlassFish2ApplicationServer.java and JbossApplicationServer.java.

Maybe the ApplicationServer.java works on WebSphere or you can modify it to run in an WebSphere Environment.

 
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Ok, Thanks. I will try with ApplicationServer.java
 
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