3 Replies Latest reply on May 26, 2009 5:23 AM by alberto Gori

    Are these warnings on startup anything to be concerned with?

    Rick Reumann Newbie

      I want to make sure I'm doing things the proper way in the setup of this JBoss5 EJB3 application. I'm noticing a few warnings, but googling about them hasn't been too helpful. Just wondering if there is something I should be doing differently to avoid the warnings or maybe they are fine and nothing to worry about? TIA

      16:21:50,232 WARN [SessionSpecContainer] Populating JBoss-specific annotation metadata manually until done by deployers: jboss.j2ee:ear=user-administration.ear,jar=lt-ejb-jar-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar,name=UserServiceBean,service=EJB3
      ....
      16:23:23,086 WARN [LifecycleCallbacks] EJBTHREE-1480: LifecycleCallbackStack has not been defined for domain 'Stateless Bean'
      16:23:23,098 WARN [InterceptorsFactory] EJBTHREE-1246: Do not use InterceptorsFactory with a ManagedObjectAdvisor, InterceptorRegistry should be used via the bean container
      16:23:23,100 WARN [InterceptorsFactory] EJBTHREE-1246: Do not use InterceptorsFactory with a ManagedObjectAdvisor, InterceptorRegistry should be used via the bean container
      16:23:23,102 WARN [InterceptorRegistry] applicable interceptors is non-existent for public java.util.Collection net.learntechnology.service.UserServiceBean.getUsers()
      16:23:23,106 WARN [InterceptorRegistry] applicable interceptors is non-existent for public java.lang.String net.learntechnology.service.UserServiceBean.helloWorld(java.lang.String)
      ...several more WARNS about InterceptorRegistry like the above for the methods
      


      My StatelessSessionBean looks like the following and is working fine:

      @Stateless
      public class UserServiceBean implements UserService {
      
       @PersistenceContext(unitName="OurEntityManager")
       private EntityManager em;
      
       public String helloWorld(String s) {
       return "Hello World: "+s;
       }
      
       public User saveUser(User user) {
       this.em.persist(user);
       this.em.flush();
       return user;
       }
      
       public Collection<User> getUsers() {
       return this.em.createQuery("select user from User user order by user.lastName").getResultList();
       }
      
      }