0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 9, 2006 10:23 AM by Jeff Storey

    Registering Listeners

    Jeff Storey Newbie

      Hi -

      I'm trying to register a listener with an EJB bean and I'm not really sure how to do it. Before I switched to EJB, I used to be able to do as follows:
      myBean.registerListener(myListener);

      And myListener would have methods such as:
      myActionPerformed() {}

      which would be invoked when myBean performs a specific event. However, now that I've switched to EJB3 (away from JINI), I cannot seem to do that since the bean cannot resolve the type of the listener - does this make sense?

      I've been reading about using the CallbackListener annotation, but I can't seem to translate it correctly.

      If anyone has any advice on this topic, could you please help?

      Thanks,
      Jeff