3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 13, 2007 10:49 AM by gum naam

    classpath problem: jboss-spring.xml + ejb module

    bucegi omu Newbie

      Hi,
      In an EAR, I have an EJB module containing an EJB facade and lots of classes below it and I would like to use InjectionInterceptor in the classes below the facade. Is there a way to have the ejb module recognized as both ejb and spring module? The point is that I do not want to refactor out all classes involved in this spring injection in a separate ".spring" module, but still I would like to use this spring deployer from Ales Justin. I tried to externalize only the jboss-spring.xml in a ".spring" jar declared in the application.xml (where the ejb module involved is also declared), but the spring is not seeing the classes in the ejb module:

      <module>
       <java>admin-ejb.spring</java>
      </module>
      <module>
       <ejb>admin-ejb.jar</ejb>
      </module>
      

      Also I tried to rename the EJB module to have the ".spring" extension (and of course having updated the application xml like in the listing below) and keeping the jboss-spring.xml in the EJB module (instead of being in a separate jar), but in this case the EJB is not deployed anymore:
      <module>
       <ejb>admin-ejb.spring</ejb>
      </module>
      

      Any ideas?