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Can we use user defined threads in EJB. If not then why?

chad stevens
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Can we use user defined threads in EJB. If not then why?
Thomas Taeger
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Originally posted by chad stevens:
Can we use user defined threads in EJB. If not then why?

Hi Stevens,
you can not start own threads in any J2EE container because that would affect the over all reliability. It would make the behaviour of that component and of the whole J2EE server unpredictable.
Thomas.


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chad stevens
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Thanks Thomas, that pretty much answers my question!
 
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