This is a simple example of using Clojure’s new annotation features to generate EJBs.
Running the tests
As of version 0.2.0, ejb-annot is compiled using Maven. In order to run the
mvn test. Note that this will create a lot of log messages. On
recent versions of the Oracle JDK, there will be a few stack traces, but these
are safe to ignore. The key output you will be looking for will be:
Ran 2 tests containing 16 assertions. 0 failures, 0 errors.
Alternatively, you can run
mvn jar:jar to create the file
target/ejb-annot-0.2.0.jar, which you should be able to drop into any EJB
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