1 Reply Latest reply on Apr 23, 2011 11:50 AM by John Ament

    Using CDI in swing enterprise application client (GF 3.1)

    Michal Ondrovic Newbie

      Dear all,
      I have an enterprise project with a swing client (deployed to glassfish, runned using jws) and an ejb module.
      I want to use CDI for ejb session bean calls, this means use a class member with @EJB annotation, not the lookup method. But I have a problem, that this is working only in the class with main method. In every other class is the member always null. I think, I need to say, that this class is CDI managed, but at this time, I don't know how. I tried to add annotations like @Named,..., but this doesn't work. Can anybody help me?


      My env: Java 1.6.24, Glassfish 3.1 b43, Netbeans 7 RC2, Windows 7


      Code example (client):



      public class Main{
          @EJB
          private static SessionBeanRemote sessionBean;
      
          public static void main(String args[]) {
              sessionBean.test(); // works
          }
      }
      
      public class NewClass {
          @EJB
          private static SessionBeanRemote sessionBean;
          
          public static String test(){
              return sessionBean.test();  // nullpointerexception
          }
      }




      Thank you


      Michal