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Re: JSR-299 & @Produces

Hi Simon,

Thanks for the feedback.

With regards to your second point, I tried it, and you are right, I can't just inject a persistence context into a CDI bean. But I wonder if that is because the spec writers were thinking that a CDI bean is designed for the web layer, and a persistence context is designed for the EJB layer (where transactions are handled)? I don't like the idea of injecting a persistence context into a CDI bean anyway (using @Produces or any other way). Although it is better than writing SQL in a JSP, IMHO it is still mixing up concerns.


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