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chapter 12 entityRefresh has EJB does not exist issue  RSS feed

 
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In entityRefresh example, there is a servlet:

I need to add  
It does not exist in the original code. I got EJB does not exist exception because the attribute EmployeeService is removed.
The printInitAction throws this exception.
 
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Another nicer way is to print out the current salary or vacation adjustment when the "Finish" button is clicked on the front-end before the EmployeeService bean is removed.
 
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