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Does JavaRebel support changes to EJB implementation class at runtime?

Jaikiran Pai
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Since EJBs involve proxies, does JavaRebel support any changes that are done to the implementation class of a bean at runtime in a J2EE application deployed on the application server?


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Jevgeni Kabanov
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Implementation changes are definitely supported. JavaRebel also supports changes to EJB interfaces in containers that use proxies (e.g. JBoss), though it doesn't always work perfectly.


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Jaikiran Pai
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