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Hi,

> Do you mean simply having a "web application" as a place where you deploy
> your EJBs that are then accessed from other web applications? Or do you
> mean simply not packaging your web application as an .ear/.war file and
> still have your EJBs deployed?
> 
I've meant to create an EAR package containting WARs and EJB-JARs based
on annotations and EJB3.
But instead of using the Dependency Injection I want to do a JNDI
lookup, because we want to access the EJBs from Quercus.

If we don't specify a name for a SessionBean in the annotation what is
the default JNDI name Resin deploys them at?

If I find some time I'll send a demo application package next week.

Thanks
Markus
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