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EJB: Importing as XMI model

Hi,

I have used EJBs with WebDynpro by the JNDI way (i.e., lookup the JNDI context with the EJB's JNDI name and get a reference to Home interface...) I have seen a lot of postings in SDN that talk about importing XMI model for EJBs. I couldn't understand how to do it... mainly because I couln't understad WHAT to model using Rose / Togethersoft modeller. AFAIK, there is no EJB component available as part of these modellers. IDE doesn't provide for exporting the EJBs directly as XMIs either. Could you please help me with a step-by-step guide on how to do this?

Thanks!

- Prashanth

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 01:23 PM

    Hi Prahanth,

    some time ago I wrote a small Weblog that explained how to use a session bean in WebDynpro by importing a Java Bean Wrapper through the new Java Bean Importer (SP9).

    Here is the link I hope that helps.

    /people/david.beisert/blog/2004/10/26/webdynpro-importing-java-classes-as-model

    rgds

    David

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