If I am not mistaken, we can also access EJB Resources using @EJB Annotation. My questions are:
1. What is the minimal configuration do I Need to access EJB Resources using @EJB Annotation? At the Moment, I only have weblogic-application.xml generated automatically from Eclipse. I dont have further configuration XML-Files.
2. Is it possible to access EJB resources using WebLogic Thin T3 Client? In my concrete case, is it possible to code @EJB in my main method? I have tried this, but it gave me the error message: The @EJB Annotation is disallowed to be in this Location or something similar.
I am grateful to hear from you guys soon.. Thank you.