It is in deploy/ejb3.deployer/jboss-annotations-ejb3.jar
Adrian, your "wrong forum" postings do not help anyone.
Yes they do.
They stop the forums become a jumbled mess of unusable rubbish.
Oh no wait a minute... :-)
Choose your forum carefully. Look to see whether your problem is the type of question that is being answered in that forum.
Always read any instructions at the top of the forum, usually in "READ THIS FIRST"
In case you don't understand the problem...
Yes, you might help this one user by answering their question in the wrong forum.
But then everybody does it and nobody else can find anything.
Also it does help the original user. Since they are more likely to get an answer
if they post in the correct forum where somebody knows what they are talking about :-)
I understand the problem. As picking the wrong forum occurs frequently, this might indicate that there are too many forums.
And one huge forum is completely useless. The granularity matches the developer interest and ability to subscribe to targeted forums for notifications. Ignore the hints about forum usage if you don't like them. I view them as hints that increase the probability of a posting getting answered.
This was sort of a gray area. The @Producer/@Consumer stuff are JBoss messaging enhancements and are not part of the EJB3 spec, although they are built on top of EJB3.
Anyway, I realize now that the messaging forum is for lower level "core messaging" topics.