Mudassar Hakim wrote:Hi, what you have mentioned is definitely weird. So let me ask you from the basic, have you repeated the mentioned problem scenario for 3-4 times& received the same behavior again & again also are you pretty sure this is happening when you access using the admin credentials (just a little bit doubtful, you know the saying to err is human) . , Do let me know more about your observation on the same.
David O'Meara wrote:Can you post the solution please?
I'm guessing your JNDI URL was incorrect.
Shiaber Shaam wrote:Thanks, But, what about HBM files? when do we choose to use it?
Mark Spritzler wrote:Well you can define three different beans with different ids, but the same class, then qualify each instance variable to each of the three beans.
You can also try <bean scope="prototype"
adding scope="prototype" to your bean definition and that might work.
Why do you need three? Does the bean hold any state, if not, one bean should be plenty to support as many clients using it at the same time.